Cards Against Humanity is an adult humor, fill-in-the-blank game that has drawn in millions of players looking for something fun to do at home or at a small party. It's lewd, offensive, competitive, and usually horrible, as it takes sensitive topics and turns them into jokes. What people might not know about the company that created the game, however, has recently gotten involved in politics.
A few weeks ago, they announced that they would be creating a super PAC that would favor Hillary Clinton and be anti-Trump. The political action committee is officially called The Nuisance Committee, an homage to co-creator Max Temkin's grandfather Ira Weinstein's time as a POW during WWII. While in the POW camp in Germany, Weinstein and others formed the "Nuisance Committee" to continuously irritate their captors. In a press release that announced the intentions of the super PAC, it stated,
"The comparison here between Trump and Hitler is intentional."
This isn't their first jab at Trump; in May of this year, they released a "Donald Trump Bug-Out Bag" that featured a gas mask, emergency food rations, an application to become a Mexican citizen, a hand-crank radio, seed packets, and other tools to survive "the collapse of civilization after Donald Trump is elected President." All 10,000 duffel bags sold out, and Cards Against Humanity has made it clear that if Trump wins the election, all Americans without a duffel bag will perish in the wasteland.