Trump’s Hydroxychloroquine Doctor Says Illness Comes From Demon Sex

Donald Trump continues to promote the use of hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19, even as studies continue to show it ineffective, and experts warn against side effects. However, the president references doctors whose claims are unsupported by evidence. Now he’s trying to push the drug by relying on the testimony of a doctor who also says that sex with demons is a cause of disease, and threatened that God would take Facebook down if the site doesn’t restore her page.

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The Daily Beast reported that Trump shared a video of Dr. Stella Immanuel saying that hydroxychloroquine is an effective treatment for COVID-19. However, there’s more to her medical claims. These include that gynecological conditions, such as endometriosis, are cause by having sex with demons and witches during dreams, that mainstream medical treatments use alien DNA, and that scientists are secretly creating a vaccine for religion.

Even speaking at the America’s Frontline Doctors summit, Dr. Immanuel claimed that America had been bewitched, called the pandemic a “spiritual battle,” blaming it on a “veil of darkness” over the minds of Americans, and prayed that the devil would know he had lost. Video of Immanuel’s speech has been removed from Facebook and Twitter due to their rules about misinformation regarding treatment and care during the coronavirus pandemic. However, she’s warning that God will avenge her for this.

She also believes that CNN reporter Chris Cuomo, and Dr. Anthony Fauci, are secretly taking hydroxychloroquine themselves as prophylaxis, and covering it up, because, “they want Americans to die.” She says she knows this because Cuomo has complained about nightmares.

What’s his name, that dude on CNN that got sick? Andrew Cuomo’s brother, you know, the crazy one? I knew he took hydroxychloroquine! You know why? He kept saying taht he was having nightmares. I knew he took some form of hydroxychloroquine.

Dr. Stella Immanuel says she’d like Fauci, Cuomo, and other reporters and doctors to submit urine samples to prove they’re not taking the controversial drug.

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