The White House has banned "religious themed" eggs from the iconic Easter Egg roll
· Mar 30, 2024 ·

The White House has made it very clear, what with their proclamations celebrating every non-Christian holiday under the sun, that they just aren't big fans of Jesus, Christianity, or any religious symbols of which the regime disapproves.

You can celebrate Easter but only as long as you only celebrate eggs and rabbits.

Children of the National Guard are prohibited from submitting religious Easter egg designs for the 2024 "Celebrating National Guard Families" art event at the White House.

The art contest is part of the White House's Easter traditions, which include the annual Easter Egg Roll.

The flyer for the contest states that an Easter egg design submission "must not include any questionable content, religious symbols, overtly religious themes, or partisan political statements."

Jesus is risen, Christ is King of Kings, and the White House is so mad about it!

Children also can't promote material that promotes "bigotry, racism, hatred or harm against any group or individual or promotes discrimination based on race, gender, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age" in their designs.

Selected designs will be painted by artists on real eggs and displayed at the White House.

So, I guess my "Let's Go Brandon" red, white, and blue egg is out of the competition. I suppose my "Men aren't women" egg won't be accepted either.

I love how the White House thinks an Easter egg with a cross on it, or the words "He is risen!" rises to the same level of unacceptability as bigotry and racism.

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