After bravely taking a stand for health freedom at the recent “White Coat Summit” put on by America’s Frontline Doctors in Washington, D.C., Dr. Stella Immanuel, a black woman from West Africa, is enduring an endless barrage of abuse from leftists, which are relentlessly mocking both her ethnic heritage and her Christian faith.
Headlines such as, “Trump’s New COVID Doctor Says Sex With Demons Makes You Sick,” compliments of the far-left The Daily Beast, are running rampant. And white liberals everywhere are sharing these headlines on social media, and openly making fun of Dr. Immanuel for her deliverance ministry.
In an attempt to make her sound as ridiculous as possible – and exploiting her skin color and West African heritage in order to do so, all while claiming to be “anti-racists” – the “science”-worshiping left is using phrases like “alien DNA” and “demon sperm” to caricature Dr. Immanuel’s medical philosophies and experiences, many of which are based on her experiences working with demon-possessed patients in Africa.
“I do not know the culture of Nigeria where Dr. Immanuel trained but I know witchcraft and child sacrifice are very real things in Uganda,” wrote The All Natural Parents group on Facebook. “I also know this woman had to leap over tall buildings and be twice as smart as her counterparts to retrain and be allowed to practice in the states.”
“Though they imply it … she isn’t stupid,” this same page adds, offering the dignity and respect to Dr. Immanuel that the far-left mainstream media would never offer. “In her culture she is very in tune with her people.”
Dr. Immanuel is being so heavily attacked for her religious and health beliefs by the left that she recently took to Twitter with a cry for help.
“We are being attacked, ridiculed and discredited,” she wrote, lamenting the fact that leftists, many of whom are white and claim to support black people, and especially black women, are tearing her to shreds while ignoring and rejecting what she has to say.
“We need our patients to SPEAK UP,” she added. “If you have been cured by this drug, share your story online using this hashtag. #HCQWorks.”
It is no secret that the left is doing everything possible to keep the public in the dark about hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), simply because President Donald Trump recommended it early on in the plandemic. Anthony Fauci, the head of Trump’s coronavirus task force, has likewise denigrated the drug, instead pointing people towards face masks, remdesivir – in which he holds stock – and future Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccines produced by Bill Gates.
This is unfortunate because HCQ really does work, especially when coupled with zinc. And the best part is that it costs next to nothing to manufacture and distribute because it is a generic drug that has been around for many decades.
To try to steer people away from HCQ, and specifically away from Dr. Immanuel’s powerful testimony as to its effectiveness, the left is picking apart everything she has ever said or done, including by mocking her claim that some vaccines are being developed to try to rid people of their religious beliefs.
While it might sound crazy to the uninformed and ignorant, there actually is a vaccine known as “FunVax” that we, too, reported on, which its creators say will deactivate the “God gene” inside people’s bodies, making them reject their belief in God.
In other words, Dr. Immanuel is right, and rather than take an honest, dignifying look at her work, these mostly-white liberals are ripping her to shreds and, quite frankly, exhibiting the type of anti-black racism that they claim to oppose.
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