How scared are you for Election Day? Did you originally laugh off Donald Trump’s candidacy as a joke, only to become more and more worried as he came closer to and eventually took the Republican presidential nomination?
Even if Trump’s nomination is still presumptive, the fears around his possible presidency are real. For those ready to hike across any available border, Cards Against Humanity is selling a Donald Trump Bug-Out Bag.
Cards Against Humanity, the wildly popular “party game for horrible people,” sent a blast advertising the sale of the bug-out bag Wednesday.
In President Trumps America, you and your family will wander desolate highways, taking shelter in burnt-out automobiles as you try to escape the Red Dust that carpets the landscape. You will exist in a constant state of fear. You will wish you had the tools to start fires in the terrifying night, the means to defend yourself from the ever-circling jackals, and the currency to buy protection from the roving gangs that thrive in the shadow of Eternal Leader Trumps regime.
Are you afraid enough to buy whatever were selling?
The limited-edition bag, which costs $25, comes with essential items like a gas mask, meal rations, foreign currency, flint and steel and “a gold locket with a picture of Obama.” There are 12 different things in the bag in all. (Here’s the link to purchase, though the website is experiencing server issues currently.)
Of course, there will be special Cards Against Humanity cards that lampoon the potential Trump leadership.
Cards Against Humanity is known for its limited-run promotions, including holiday specials where the proceeds went to charity (and some that didn’t). But this isn’t a charity drive, CAH co-founder Max Temkin told Mashable.
“We’re actually losing money on this, we’re just doing it because we think it’s important to prepare the public for the collapse of the Republic after Trump seizes power.”
Temkin did say there will be more surprises “with a fundraising angle” will be coming closer to the election.
He also wanted to stress, “I beg Glorious Leader Trump for mercy, and ask him to forgive my family. They had nothing to do with this.”
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