The White Man March, a racist demonstration by a handful of white dudes in light khakis and sunglasses, went off with a whimper last month, failing to attract even a sliver of the turnout organizers hoped for. Now they're apparently following it up by targeting a new audience: Kids hunting Easter eggs.
Parents in Henrico County, Va., told local reporters they were on an egg hunt with their 3-year-old when they spotted a plastic egg they didn't recognize.
Inside were familiar White Man March messages, including "Diversity = white genocide" and "Mass immigration and forced assimilation of non-whites into our lands is genocide."
"We don't want other kids around here who can read being like, 'Hey mommy what's the million man white march or what's the genocide project?' Most of us don't want to explain genocide to our 6-year-olds," said Jackie Smith, one of the parents.
The Smiths' neighbors also found racist eggs planted in their yards, in what looks like an organized effort.
Henrico Police are investigating the incident, and could press littering or trespassing charges. White Man March organizers haven't taken credit for the egg campaign