'Left are Satanists': Fans of Dr Stella Immanuel in full support behind her 'incubus and succubus' theory
A video of her and other frontline doctors was taken off Twitter and Youtube for spreading 'misinformation'
Ever since Dr Stella Immanuel made her viral comments calling Hydroxychloroquine a cure for coronavirus and talking about alien DNA and the physical effects of having sexual intercourse with demons and witches in dreams, her statements have caused quite the furore on the internet. While many people are still trying to wrap their heads around her comments, others have come out in support.
It was quite a surprise when Immanuel thanked The Daily Beast for "summarizing" her work and tweeted: "The Daily Beast did a great job summarizing our deliverance ministry and exposing incubus and succubus. Thank you daily beast. If you need deliverance from these spirits. Contact us." When one Twitter user posted, "Dr Stella Immanueal, the lead HyQ pusher in Breitbart's video is literally a Witch Doctor," another said, "That's ok, ALL of the left are Satanists!!!" Not just that, there were many more tweets of followers that came in her support.
"A doctor that believes that demons and witches cause illnesses. Let THAT sink in!" tweeted a user. In contrast to that, a user supporting Immanuel tweeted, "The media trying to censor Dr Stella Immanuel's speech literally only confirms the extent of this cover-up... buckle up everyone, sh*ts about to hit the fan!" This is after a video of her and other American frontline doctors who were part of a conference organized and sponsored by the Tea Party Patriots on July 27 was taken off Twitter and Youtube for spreading "misinformation".
In the video the doctors shared their views on the pandemic and stated that HCQ is a cure for Covid-19. In response to the censor, an enraged Immanuel tweeted, "Hello Facebook put back my profile page and videos up or your computers with start crashing till you do. You are not bigger that god. I promise you. If my page is not back up Facebook will be down in Jesus name."
The viral video and message of finding a cure for Covid-19 brought her praises from one section of social media. "Thank you for speaking the truth. I shared this video to my family & friends. I have always knew in my heart that the mask was unnecessary & the people who who died had other health issues. May God’s blesses be with you & family!" tweeted a user in response.
People were also seen saying her comments exposed the hypocrisy of the left. A user tweeted "I'm afraid that you’ve triggered the left in a BIG WAY, Sheree!". A user tweeted to remove section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. "Facebook just removed Dr @stella_immanuel's page. She spoke at the #WhiteCoatSummit. Facebook and Twitter has removed the videos of the Presser from both platforms. Take SECTION 230 Back! The Govt unleashed these monsters on the public & now it's time for a reckoning."
Essential Fleccas of YouTube channel Feccas tweeted in support of the doctor. "NOBODY NEEDS TO GET SICK, THIS VIRUS HAS A CURE. Dr Stella Immanuel explains how HCQ not only works as a cure but can also be used to PREVENT Covid-19 infection in the first place! #whitecoatsummit." Another user supported her and stated that her statement cornered Dr Anthony Fauci. "When was the last time you put a stethoscope on a patient, Anthony Fauci? front line physician Dr @stella_immanuel is saving patients lives with HCQ, zinc and azithromycin."
Dr Immanuel, in another video on July 28 called "the pandemic as a spiritual battle" and spoke in an evangelical tone. "It's not just a physical battle, but a spiritual one. As the fear that has been released is bigger than the disease." She says there are ways to deal with the pandemic spiritually by not speaking ill about America and blessing the country, city and family.