Is it possible to stop construction of the US-Mexico border wall? Activists, “Cards Against Humanity” believe they can. Frontera Fund founders, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin say you may think this promotion sounds a little crazy but its fun and these cards have sold out in its first day.
Letters Against Humanity is a company that creates self-styled politically incorrect cards for horrible people. They are known for their crazy sarcastic marketing campaigns, and the latest holiday promotion is called “Letters Against Humanity Saves America.” Read more: Michael Lacey | LinkedIn and Jim Larkin | LinkedIn
The company purchased a vacant plot of land on the US-Mexico border, in hopes of preventing the border wall construction. The company hopes that the land they’ve purchased will derail the construction, hopefully inflating the government’s budget for the wall. But will it completely stop construction? It may derail building in that particular area, say Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin.
For $ 15, the company will send customers six “surprises that will save America.” In addition, as part of the strategy to stop the border wall construction, Cards Against Humanity promises to give a piece of its land to everyone who participates in the holiday six surprises promotion.
Larkin and Lacey of the Frontera Fund explains that with the plot of land being owned by thousands of landowners, the Trump administration will be forced to establish a legal claim against each owner. Aside from becoming an expensive task, litigation could tie this lawsuit up for years.
Headquartered in Arizona, the Frontera Fund is a nationally recognized organization that fights for civil, human and migrant rights. Working closely with other grassroots companies, the Frontera Fund has focused on improving immigrant relations, putting a stop to immigrant exploitation, and ending discrimination.
Local leaders, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin founded the Frontera Fund in 2015, after winning a lawsuit against infamous Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Their solid background in news media, coupled with first-hand experience of an unlawful arrest by Joe Arpaio was integral to the rise of the Frontera Fund, as well as their staunch advocacy for civil rights.