Dr. Stella Immanuel has continued to make headlines following her claims on an alleged Covid-19 cure. The tweets were subsequently retweeted by Donald Trump, before being removed from Twitter for spreading “misinformation”.
The Covid-19 pandemic has left the whole world in a medical and economic turmoil. Now, a group of doctors from ‘America’s Frontline Doctors’ are trending after they clailmed that Hydroxychloroquine could cure Covid-19 patients in a viral video.
The video received millions of views thanks to Donald Trump’s retweet, before social media platforms YouTube, Facebook and Twitter removed the video because of “false information”, as reported by to CNN Edition.
Dr. Stella Immanuel found Twitter fame as one of the main speakers in the video and now she is trending again after publications decided to investigate her background and previous claims more thoroughly.
Who is Dr. Stella Immanuel?
According to the BBC, Stella is a certified doctor and holds a medical degree from the University of Calabar.
She allegedly operates a medical clinic in Houston out of a strip mall next to her church, Firepower Ministries.
On her Twitter profile, Stella describes herself as a “Physician, Author, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Deliverance Minister, God’s battle axe and weapon of war”.
Stella’s name was allegedly first used in a now-deleted tweet by Trump that read: “She’s a fearless warrior for the truth…..debunking the left-wing narrative on #Hydroxychloroquine that is why they want to attack her so fiercely… keep up the good fight Dr. Stella!”
Dr. Stella Immanuel: Demons claims
According to CNN Edition, Stella allegedly said that women can get pregnant by witches in their dreams.
In the video, a woman, allegedly Dr. Stella Immanuel, claimed:
“It’s what we call astral sex. That means this person is not really a demon or a Nephilim. It’s just a human being that’s a witch. And they astral project and sleep with people.”
Moreover, The Daily Beast reported that Stella allegedly has a history of making claims that gynecological problems like cysts and endometriosis could be due to sexual relations with demons and witches in peoples’ dreams.
Donald Trump addresses Stella’s Covid-19 claims
During a daily briefing this week (via The Guardian), Trump addressed Stella’s claims about the Covid-19 treatment with Hydroxychloroquine.
“She was on-air along with many other doctors that were big fans of Hydroxychloroquine. I thought she was very impressive in the sense of that where she came, I don’t know which country she comes from, but she said she’s had tremendous success with hundreds of different patients.”
“I thought her voice was an important voice, but I know nothing about her,” he added.