New Book Claims Obama Receives 30 Death Threats Per Day

August 4, 2009

US (ChattahBox) – In the President’s Secret Service has already made the headlines with some of it’s claims, such as that the Bush twins constantly ditched their security detail, making life miserable for those dedicated to protecting them. But this is one of the more disturbing of the claims.

Ronald Kessler, the author of the book, has said that the Secret Service is faced with up to thirty death threats to President Obama and his family every day, and as a result have had to stretch their resources to it’s limits.

Not only is President Obama always watched, but so is his wife, Michelle, his children, Sasha and Malia, Vice President Biden, and Biden’s children and grandchildren, who have also been considered to be at risk by fanatics and racists who have promised to assassinate members of the current administration.

Already dozens of plots have been foiled, none particularly impressive. But regardless of this fact, each attempt has to be investigated.

“We have half the number of agents we need, but requests for more agents have fallen on deaf ears at headquarter. Headquarters’ mentality has always been, ‘You can complete the mission with what you have. You’re a U.S.S.S. agent’,” an agent was quoted in Kessler’s book.

The problem underlines the still prominent problem of racism that exists in the United States, as most attempts have been made by Neo-Nazis and White Supremacists who believe he should be killed due to his African heritage.

For example, a man who passed through Salt Lake City who told a bank teller that he was planning on killing the President, and a pair of racists from Tennessee who planned to go on a murder spree of African Americans, finishing in the death of the President.



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