The creators of the card game known for radical stunts want to make the United States a better place through their Saves America campaign

The creators behind the dark card game Cards Against Humanity launched a public campaign called Cards Against Humanity Saves America. Over 150,000 people donated $15, leaving it up to the creators to use the money to help better the United States with various stunts like purchasing a plot of land at the U.S.-Mexico border to try to block President Trump’s proposed wall. On the final day of the campaign, they announced that they had purchased a small baseball stadium in Joliet, Illinois, home to the minor league team the Joliet Slammers. The stadium was given a temporary banner across the front that reads The Cards Against Humanity Baseball Place.

Everyone who donated to the campaign received a blueprint to the stadium, a pack of baseball cards and a ticket voucher to attend a game at the stadium.

Cards Against Humanity Saves America

The creators behind the dark card game Cards Against Humanity launched a public campaign called Cards Against Humanity Saves America. Over 150,000 people donated $15, leaving it up to the creators to use the money to help better the United States with various stunts like purchasing a plot of land at the U.S.-Mexico border to try to block President Trump’s proposed wall. On the final day of the campaign, they announced that they had purchased a small baseball stadium in Joliet, Illinois, home to the minor league team the Joliet Slammers. The stadium was given a temporary banner across the front that reads The Cards Against Humanity Baseball Place.