A conservative student group at the University of North Texas (UNT) received threats after they placed 250 Easter eggs filled with Bible verses around campus.
A slew of left-wing activists announced on social media that they would compete to see who could capture and destroy the most eggs. One student went as far as to message the YCT chairwoman and tell her to kill herself.
“Time to stomp some eggs,” one student tweeted. “Time to do a capture the egg challenge everyone,” another said. . .
The YCT members were shocked at how much pushback the egg hunt received. The group’s chairwoman, Kelly Neidert, told The Daily Wire that Easter eggs with Bible verses “shouldn’t be this controversial.”
“This was intended to be a fun event for everyone. You don’t need to be a Christian to read an uplifting Bible verse and appreciate it,” Neidert said. “One student even messaged and told me to kill myself over this event, which was a little upsetting because some Bible verse Easter eggs shouldn’t be this controversial.” (Read more from “Student Activists Enraged at Conservative Group for Putting Bible Verses in Easter Eggs” HERE)