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Stella Immanuel
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    (1965- )
    Born in Cameroon
    Physician and pastor
    Founded Fire Power Ministries
    Appeared at a Tea Party Patriots-sponsored event as a member of a group calling itself America's Frontline Doctors (July 27, 2020)
    Claimed to have cured 350 COVID-19 patients using a combination of hydroxychloroquine, Zithromax, and zinc
    Said face masks and social distancing were unnecessary
    Video of her claims viewed over 13 million times on social media before being removed by Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube for violating rules about spreading medical misinformation
    She provided no evidence for her alleged COVID-19 cures.
    She claims face masks are not necessary, but video shot at her clinic shows her and her staffers wearing the recommended N95 masks.
    Also, the Facebook video advertising her clinic tells potential patients, ‘Wear a mask, or a scarf, or anything to cover your face.’
    She claims many gynecological problems are caused by people receiving ‘demon seed’ during sex dreams with incubi and succubi.
    She claimed that space alien DNA is being used in medical experiments.
    She said aliens and reptilians run the government.
    She claims the Illuminati are using witches to destroy the world through abortion, gay marriage, and Harry Potter.
    She said scientists are developing a vaccine to stop people from being religious.
    She has demanded that CNN reporters give her urine samples so she can test and see if they are secretly taking hydroxychloroquine.
    She said Jesus Christ would destroy Facebook’s servers for suppressing her ranting. (If she really has that big an ‘in’ with Jesus, couldn’t she use it for something a bit more productive?)
    She wanted to become a doctor since age four.
    After the Daily Beast publicized her history of unusual medical beliefs, she thanked them for ‘exposing incubus and succubus’ and offering to help if they ever need deliverance from sex demons.
    Donald Trump retweeted her video and said ‘I thought she was very impressive.’
    Madonna called her ‘my hero.’

Credit: C. Fishel

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