It seems the anti-gun activists are getting more and more desperate! Before it was just protests and bills that would die on the Senate floor. Now they’re resorting to making up threats to try to get their way.
Unfounded death threats seem to be the norm from the far-left anti-gunners. Two very recent examples come from the same locale – Virginia. Each has the same underlying motive – throw shade on pro-Second Amendment folk protesting a blatant gun grab in Virginia in order to sway the nation against them.
A Pro-Second Amendment rally was held outside the Virginia Capitol in Richmond on Martin Luther King Jr. Day – a day when the Capitol is closed to observe the national holiday. Gun-grabbing Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam issued warnings claiming unfounded threats of violence. He banned firearms at the pro-gun rally. Protestors ignored the ban.
No violence occurred despite warnings of imminent threats of violence from Northam. Perhaps miffed no violence occurred, and therefore no story to tell, another prominent anti-gunner in Virginia that day claims he received a death threat.
Assistant professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Dr. Joseph Sakran, actively opposes the Second Amendment. Sakran says someone targeted him with a death threat on his car while parked in Virginia on the same day the pro-Second Amendment demonstration occurred.
Sakran says the car was parked near his parents’ home in Virginia when he noticed a flier on the window. He grabbed the flier and tucked it away for several days. Anyone else find that claim odd? Who sees a flier on their car and neatly folds it and tucks it away in their papers to review later. No, you see a flier on your car, you take it off and immediately look at it and crumple it in a ball and throw it on the ground.
But Sakran is apparently different than 99% of the population because he says he kept the flier and about a week later he looked at it and realized it was a death threat.
Sakran says he reported the incident to local police, but no police agencies say they know of his complaint. Sakran says police told him not to talk to the media about the threat, but local police say they would never advise such a thing.
The flier is very simply laid out with a cartoonish hand holding a pistol and words beneath declaring “The End Is Near.” Common sense says it is something a reasonable person would have noticed right away.
Sakran’s depiction is filled with more holes than a cemetery in Wuhan, China right now and it appears yet another anti-gunner is lying to create a false narrative for political purposes.
Check out the video below for more details on this story, including all of the other holes that makes Sakran’s story an obvious hoax.