Armed North Dakota man claiming to be Jesus Christ arrested for attempting to kidnap one of the Obama family’s dogs


It was unclear which of the Obama family’s dogs Stockert planned to take pic by JOSHUA ROBERTS/REUTERS

A heavily armed man who identified himself as both Jesus Christ and the son of John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe was arrested for attempting to kidnap one of the Obama family’s dogs.

He was actually a North Dakota man named Scott Stockert and he was arrested Wednesday night at a Washington DC Hampton Inn with a truck full of unregistered firearms and hundreds of rounds of ammunition, according to NBC Washington.

“You picked the wrong person to mess with. I will f**k your world up,” Stockert allegedly told agents who arrested him, according to NBC.

It was unclear which of the Obamas’ Portuguese water dogs–Sunny or Bo-Stockert was after.

Agents were tipped off to Stockert’s dog heist by the Secret Service’s Minnesota field

While being questioned, Stockert said that he was both Jesus and the child of Marilyn Monroe and JFK, according to court documents shared with NBC.

Stockert also alleged that he wanted to go to the Capital to advocated for a $99 dollar a month healthcare plan to and to announce his bid for presidency.

Authorities discovered a laundry list of weapons and ammo in Stockert’s truck which included an unloaded 12-gauge pump shotgun, a bolt-action rifle, 289 rounds of .22 caliber long-rifle bullets, 71 rounds of 12-gauge shotgun ammunition and two rounds of .223 rifle ammunition, plus a 12-inch machete, an 18-inch bully club.

Stockert appeared on Friday morning in D.C. Superior Court to be formally charged, according to NBC. –