Makers of the popular game Cards Against Humanity bashed pro-life advocates last week, labeling them “forced-birthers” from “nightmare” “Republican hellholes.”

The game company lobbed the insults at pro-lifers on its website and on Twitter while bragging about donating money toward making sure more unborn babies are killed in abortions across America.

“Your state sucks,” the company began on a webpage addressed to customers in pro-life states. “… we are releasing some new packs. But while the packs were being printed, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, and your state immediately turned itself into a dystopian forced-birth hellscape.”

One of these new game packs is about “serial killers, sex gremlins and vaginas with teeth.” Another has a “written by kids” theme – meaning the company is using children to make money to fund killing other children in the womb.

Read more at Life News.

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Racecar
Racecar
1 month ago

Sorry people !! Go ahead and make a little money off your liberal friends while you can but they will eventually abandon you and you will suffer your demise !!

Fred
Fred
1 month ago

Baby murderers and ALL supporters need to be ABORTED from civilization!

Jawad
Jawad
1 month ago

These card games sound like such a waste of time anyway.

trimple
trimple
1 month ago

SICK!

Belcara
Belcara
1 month ago
Reply to  trimple

Mind slim.

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
1 month ago

Cards Against Humanity must be suffering with the rest of us in these hard times. It may learn that a little freedom goes a long way. The feds didn’t suddenly ban abortion. After five decades, it simply ruled that abortion is not the business of government.

In today’s improved America, this issue becomes the business of state legislatures where voters have a modicum of control. I suspect the primary objection by Cards Against Humanity is this also removes the federal money no longer enjoyed by this industry.

Fact is, this issue is a private matter between obstetrician and patient. Perhaps Cards Against Humanity believes it has authority over such matters.

Sam
Sam
1 month ago

“Cards Against Humanity” — that name says it all.

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
1 month ago

Interesting and predictable is the fact that Ad Magic, a Netcong, New Jersey based maker of this dumb game also manufactures and markets other disgusting products. Over the past five years, the company has overseen the production of Exploding Kittens and Poop: The Game. Seems fitting the democrat party supports such obscene garbage.

Robin Boyd
Robin Boyd
1 month ago

While I don’t understand why any for profit company would openly advocate bias toward or against any potential customer, this company seems to be built based on a bias. I simply stop buying products and services from companies that openly support something I don’t believe in or openly condemn something I do believe in. As free Americans, we have the right to express our beliefs with our wallets.

Anna
Anna
1 month ago

This game is sick and discusting gross