Obama Assassination Plot? Deryke Matthew Pfeifer’s Death Threats Claimed God Would Kill The President

An Obama assassination plot resulted in the arrest of a man named Deryke Matthew Pfeifer by the Secret Service. Before being arrested, the Alabama man also issued many Obama death threats on his Facebook page.

In a related report by The Inquisitr, the number of Obama assassination plots have slowly been increasing over the years. It’s claimed the Secret Service investigates hundreds, if not thousands, of Obama death threats each year, although the Secret Service will not verify these numbers. For example, in 2013 a militia threatened the president, claiming Obama is a “dictator” and that the “authority to kill Obama comes from the 2nd Amendment of our Constitution.” Two years ago. a White House shooter was charged with an Obama assassination attempt and this year a man named James McVay was given the death penalty for his Obama assassination plot because he murdered a little old lady while trying to carry out the death threat. There were even some conspiracy theories that Obama’s fake interpreter was a pre-programmed assassin who messed up.

In the case of Mr. Pfeifer, court records show that he called in an Obama death threat to federal authorities on June 29. He even threatened to blow up a Social Security Administration building in Jackson, Michigan. The man also posted threatening videos on his Facebook page. On July 3, the Secret Service arrested the man for these threats.

But once Pfeifer was interviewed by the Secret Service, it became clear that the man was not carrying out the Obama assassination plot himself. Instead, Pfeifer told agents that “God told him that God was going to destroy Obama and everything around him.” The man claimed that God was speaking through him and desired Obama dead, but did not want Pfeifer to carry out the deed directly. Instead, it’s said that God would kill the president.


Because of the nature of the Obama death threats, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Alabama requested that Deryke Matthew Pfeifer undergo mental evaluation.