Dr. Joseph Sakran made the mistake of tweeting what many believe to be another fake hate crime. He claims someone put piece of paper with an implied death threat on his windshield over his gun control advocacy. Now that the spectrum kids over at 4chan have done some data mining on him, all manner of new information about the good doctor has come to light.
Sakran, a surgeon, claims his medical degree (and the fact he got shot as a teen) makes him a subject matter expert on gun control and agitates for radical civilian disarmament and confiscation of firearms. All while ignoring the third leading cause of death in America – medical misadventures – in his campaign to take guns from the law-abiding.
Of course, people immediately noticed the garage attic access door in the reflection in the windshield. Notice also the crease in the paper present in both photos (and how it doesn’t line up to the windshield wiper). To say nothing of the fact that the hand-held version of the threat appears to have fewer creases and wrinkles than the one photographed under the windshield wiper.
Sakran says he’s talked with police and they asked him to pull down the tweets about the “threat.” But according to sources, the local police say Sakran, gun control proponent extraordinaire, has never contacted them.
From the Daily Wire:
On Saturday, anti-gun rights activist and Johns Hopkins Hospital surgeon Joseph Sakran posted two photos of an alleged “death threat” he said he found tucked under one of his windshield wipers.
The alleged threat is a color-printed image of a hand holding a gun, with text at the bottom: “The End is Near …………”…
The anti-gun rights activist told The Baltimore Sun that he was advised by authorities to delete the post and to cease publicly talking about the alleged threat. The Baltimore Sun reported:
Sakran however deleted his thread of tweets about the alleged incident on Monday morning. He said he did so at the advice of law enforcement, who also advised him to stop discussing the matter publicly. He declined to comment further.
According to The Post Millennial, Fairfax County Police claims they never offered Mr. Sakran such advice, nor has the surgeon filed a police report over the alleged threat.
“The Post Millennial reached out to Fairfax County Police, the local law enforcement jurisdiction surrounding Fairfax Station—where Sakran’s home is located—and media relations officer Lieutenant Webb was able to confirm that Sakran did not file a police report, nor did the Fairfax Police advise him to delete the viral tweet,” the outlet reported Monday.
“That’s just not something we do,” Mr. Webb told The Post Millennial.
Meanwhile, The Illustrated Primer blog has compiled quite a dossier on Dr. Sakran.
He seems to have close ties to the Clintons, flying down to Haiti with them and campaigning for Hillary’s 2016 presidential run. Sakran was also a supporter of Robert Francis O’Rourke’s failed 2020 run, including advising him on confiscating guns. Sakran has been photographed at a Biden 2020 campaign event as well.
More troubling, though, his family and friends are posting pro-terrorist, anti-American content on social media – including posing with stolen Israeli Defense Forces weapons. Here’s a direct link to an image showing some of these ties.
Yes, his family and friends pose with allegedly stolen IDF weapons and at least one is serving time in an Israeli prison for terror charges while this same man advocates forcibly disarming law-abiding Americans here in America.
Maybe someone should ask him about this the next time he steps in front of a bunch of microphones.