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Michigan Billboard Blasts Donald Trump's Anti-Immigration Rhetoric

A super PAC launched by the creators of Cards Against Humanity erected a new billboard denouncing Donald Trump this week. The zeitgeisty card game’s political action group, The Nuisance Committee, paid for the large black and white message to be displayed in Dearborn, Michigan until Election Day on Nov. 8. The sign was erected along a major highway in the city and reads: “Donald Trump: He can’t read this, but he is afraid of it” in Arabic.
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