Crack in the case: The real reason you won’t see religious symbols painted on  Easter eggs at White House

President Joe Biden scrambled the political landscape over Easter weekend, with Republican critics accusing the administration of banning religious egg art as part of a White House Easter tradition. 

The source of the squabble was a flyer promoting an Easter art contest for children of National Guard families, part of the White House’s Easter events, including the long-standing White House Easter Egg Roll tradition. The flier said the egg art “must not include any questionable content, religious symbols, overtly religious themes, or partisan political statements.”  

American Egg Board CEO Emily Metz responded to the eggshell art quarrel, lending the organization’s support for the Easter tradition. 

“The American Egg Board has been a supporter of the White House Easter Egg Roll for over 45 years and the guideline
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