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Houston Dr. That Trump Praised Doubles Down On Unsupported Claims That Hydroxychloroquine 'Cures' COVID + Twitter Takes Down Video Shared By Trump

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Trump has ignited a social media sh*tstorm with false tweets about the Coronavirus “cure.” Facebook, Twitter and Instagram deleted the content from his timeline. Now, one of the doctors - Dr. Stella Immanuel - is doubling down on her belief that the drug hydroxychloroquine “cures” COVID-19, despite there not being any medical studies to back these claims. More inside…

Trump came under fire for reposting a video that spreads false information about a Coronavirus "cure” on his social media accounts. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram scrubbed the video from his timeline.

In the clip (livestreamed on Facebook by Breitbart), a group of people appear to be standing on the Supreme Court steps. It’s believed South Carolina Republican Rep. Ralph Norman and several people who claim to be doctors held a press conference about working with patients who tested positive for the Coronavirus. One of the people dressed as a doctor said they are a part of a group calling itself "America's Frontline Doctors."

A Houston doctor named Stella Immanuel said the drug hydroxychloroquine is a “cure for Coronavirus.” No scientific studies were presented to back her claim. You’ll recall, Trump touted hydroxychloroquine - which treats Malaria -could treat COVID-19. No peer reviewed or tested studies prove his claim.


When CNN pressed him about Dr. Stella Immanuel, he defended her. Then, he abruptly ended the press briefing.

"Mr. President, the woman that you said is a great doctor in that video that you retweeted last night said masks don't work and there is a cure for Covid-19, both of which health experts say is not true. She's also made videos saying that doctors make medicine using DNA from aliens, and that they're trying to create a vaccine to make you immune from becoming religious," CNN's Kaitlan Collins asked. "It's misinformation."

"I don't know which country she comes from, but she said that she's had tremendous success with hundreds of different patients," Trump said in response. "And I thought her voice was an important voice, but I know nothing about her."

It's interestign.  The conspiracy theorists who swear Dr. Stella is right and that civid is being used to kill black people so that's why "America" isn't trying to listen to her alleged "cure"...seemingly don't realize that's exactly why Trump chose a black woman who believes in demon sex and is basically an evangelical to front this narrative.  He knows that's who you will listen to about a drug that HAS proven to cause heart attacks and death in people who take it without having malaria.  If you think they're trying to kill you with Covid, how can you not see that could be said for these SAME people who might be trying to kill you with a fake cure?

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"We've removed this video for sharing false information about cures and treatments for COVID-19," a Facebook company spokesperson told CBS News. "People who reacted to, commented on, or shared this video, will see messages directing them to authoritative information about the virus."

Trump's tweets were a "violation" of its COVID-19 misinformation policy. Donald Trump Jr. - Trump's son - also reposted the video and it was taken down as well.

Dr. Immanuel doubled down on her claims that hydroxychloroquine "cures" COVID-19.

Dr. Immanuel - who also claims to be a minister - has made some bogus claims that include other medical claims about alien DNA and the physical effects of having sex with witches and demons in your dreams. She said ovarion cysts are caused by "demonic sperm." The Daily Beast reports:

In her sermon, Immanuel offers a sort of demonology of “nephilim,” the biblical characters she claims exist as demonic spirits and lust after dream sex with humans, causing all matter of real health problems and financial ruin. Immanuel claims real-life ailments such as fibroid tumors and cysts stem from the demonic sperm after demon dream sex, an activity she claims affects “many women.”

“They turn into a woman and then they sleep with the man and collect his sperm,” Immanuel said in her sermon. “Then they turn into the man and they sleep with a man and deposit the sperm and reproduce more of themselves.”

According to Immanuel, people can tell if they have taken a demonic spirit husband or spirit wife if they have a sex dream about someone they know or a celebrity, wake up aroused, stop getting along with their real-world spouse, lose money, or generally experience any hardship.

Here’s one of her sermons below:




Naturally, folks have questioned her credentials.

Well, folks have been asking to see/hear fro her past patients.  None have surfaced.

On social media, it seems Dr. Immanuel is having a hard time keeping her content up. We found an Instagram with posts that claim YouTube and Facebook were deleting her videos.

Dr. Immanuel claims to be a pediatric doctor and an emergency room doctor. That seems to check out according to the Texas Medical Board website. She listed her license number in her IG Stories.

Here are the results:


Dr. Immanuel has been calling on the 250 patients she has "cured" from the virus to speak up and tell the world how she cured them with the drug:

Still, no scientific studies that prove her claim have been presented and multiple clinical trials have shown hydroxychloroquine is not beneficial in treating the virus, so take this with a grain of salt.

Turns out, a conservative dark-money group was behind the press event that featured Stella and her "America's Frontline Doctors" group. The HuffPost reports:

The group featured in the video, “America’s Frontline Doctors,” sprang from nowhere only days ago and appears connected to groups involved in the Save Our Country Coalition, which was a driving force behind the “reopen” protests in April that lobbied for America’s rapid reopening, even as death tolls spike in hot spots across the country.

Monday’s livestreamed event featuring the America’s Frontline Doctors group was organized by Tea Party Patriots, a wealthy Republican donor-backed nonprofit that, in partnership with FreedomWorks and other right-wing dark money groups, launched the Save Our Country Coalition in April to push for America’s rapid reopening. Jenny Beth Martin, TPP’s co-founder, spoke at the conference alongside the self-proclaimed frontline doctors, urging people to call their elected officials to demand access to hydroxychloroquine.

No surpise here.

In other news...

Dawn Baker - a news anchor at WTOC in Savannah, Georgia - became the first volunteer to receive an injection in the first Phase 3 clinical trial of a Coronavirus vaccine in the United States. Dawn was injected with the vaccine, which was created by biotechnology company Moderna Inc., on July 27, 2020. The 150,000 American lives lost and the millions of positive cases in the U.S. is what inspired Dawn to volunteer to be injected with the vaccine.

"This is really, to me, very empowering that I could be that person who could help save some lives. It's been very heartbreaking to hear about people who've lost their lives because of this," Baker told CNN senior medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen at the Meridian Clinical Research site in Savannah.

"I never thought that I'd do something like this," Baker said. "I just hope that they're really, really good results. I know a lot of people are doing a lot of different vaccine trials."

It's reported 15,000 others in the U.S. will participate in the clinical trial. In the next few months, doctors will be able to determine whether the vaccine will keep patients healthy and if there are any side effects.

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The world has been racing to find a COVID-19 cure. As of now, there are at least 25 COVID-19 vaccine candidates being tested on people around the world, according to the World Health Organization. Five of those are in Phase 3 trials, the most advanced stage of testing before a vaccine goes to market, so they're close.

Photo: IG Video Screenshot


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