Target is no longer selling a pack of Cards Against Humanity cards after the pack came under fire for being anti-Semitic.
Cards Against Humanity is a popular game for being an over-the-top and provocative version of Apples to Apples. However, the game’s latest “Chosen People pack” may have gone too far for some:
Some of the other cards featured in the pack include “Hiding from the Nazis,” “Holding up the line at Walgreens by trying to use an expired coupon,” and “Some kind of concentrated encampment for people.”
Target eventually responded to the criticism by tweeting that they would stop selling the pack:
The pack was once available on Walmart’s website, but now it doesn’t appear to be. Walmart has not responded to the Journal’s request for comment.
In addition to the “Chosen People pack” is the “Jew pack,” which appears to be similar to the “Chosen People pack” and can only be found online, although it doesn’t seem like Target ever sold it. Some of the cards include “Chopping off a bit of the penis”, “Bags of money” and “Demolishing that ass like a Palestinian village.” The “Jew pack” is listed as “currently unavailable” on Amazon.
The “Jew pack” has a 4.5 out of 5 star rating on Amazon.