Cards Against Humanity is taking advantage of the sheer absurdity of the 2016 presidential election to crack some jokes, sell a bunch of cards, and help make sure Donald Trump isn’t elected to the nation’s highest office on November 8.

To that end, the popular card game has released two packs of 15 cards each: One about Hillary Clinton and the other about Trump. Each pack costs $4 each, and Cards Against Humanity says all of the revenue from the packs will be donated to Clinton’s campaign.

“The funds that we take in will be split between direct, legal contributions to Hillary Clinton’s PAC, contributions to groups opposing Trump, and get out the vote programs in swing states,” the company explains in a “frequently asked questions” section of the pop-up site devoted to this unique political fundraiser.

So far the packs are almost neck-and-neck. At the time of writing, the Clinton packs had raised $171,388 while the Trump packs raised $161,024. Part of the difference could be explained by the previously released Trump bug-out bag and unofficial expansions mocking the Republican candidate for president.

Cards Against Humanity isn’t the only one opposing Trump’s campaign. Scientific American has endorsed the principles of science over Trump, and Wired endorsed Clinton this morning in the first presidential endorsement in its history.

There’s also widespread opposition to Trump in Silicon Valley and National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden warned the world about the dangers of a Trump presidency in May.

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