Dr. Stella Immanuel on Hydroxychloroquine: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube Bans Video

On a daily basis, millions of posts are shared on social media. It’s amazing what it takes to make all of the tech giants suspiciously dance in unison, and in some cases display convenient ignorance as a means to squelch information.

America’s Frontline Doctors” are holding a two-day summit on Capitol Hill and video of news conference in front of the Supreme Court wen’t viral until it was suppressed. And it’s funny how one of the participants can’t be identified by the multi-million dollar professional media.

A controversial video containing misleading information on the coronavirus was allowed to clock up millions of views before it was pulled from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. The video was created by right-wing media outlet Breitbart. It depicts a group of people dressed in white lab coats — who call themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” — staging a press conference outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C. Those in the video claim that the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine is “a cure for Covid” and “you don’t need a mask” to slow the spread of coronavirus.

“This virus has a cure, it’s called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Zithromax,” one of the women in the video claims. “You don’t need masks, there is a cure.”
CNBC, 7/28/20

During the press conference, a speaker who identifies herself as a doctor makes a number of dubious claims, including that “you don’t need masks” to prevent spread of the coronavirus, and that recent studies showing hydroxychloroquine is ineffective for the treatment of Covid-19 are “fake science” sponsored by “fake pharma companies.”

“This virus has a cure, it’s called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and Zithromax,” the woman claims. “You don’t need masks, there is a cure.”
CNN, 7/28/20

The “woman” has a name and is also a pro-American minister.

Dr. Stella Immanuel is an Emergency Medicine Specialist in Katy, Texas. She graduated with honors in 1990. Having more than 30 years of diverse experiences, especially in EMERGENCY MEDICINE, Dr. Stella Immanuel affiliates with many hospitals including Sabine Medical Center, Jackson Parish Hospital, cooperates with many other doctors and specialists in many medical groups including Concord Medical Group Pllc, Hodges Emergency Group LLC.

Aside from the “right-wing media”, you can find it via the Nigerian media.

A Nigerian-born and trained physician, Dr Stella Emmanuel, is trending on social media after delivering an impassioned COVID-19 speech in the U.S. on Monday. Speaking at a news conference in Washington, Emmanuel claimed that antimalarial drug, hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and antibacterial drug, Zithromax, were effective cures for the virus.

The Nigerian spoke during a news conference held by a group of American doctors under the aegis of “America’s Frontline Doctors” in front of the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington DC. The doctors are holding a two-day “White Coat Summit” at the Capitol Hill to address what they call a “massive disinformation campaign” surrounding the virus.

Emmanuel dismissed experts’ warning that hydroxychloroquine could cause serious heart problems for coronavirus patients, citing her experience with the use of the drug.
Pulse, 7/28/20

Here is an excerpt of the video that’s raised alarms from Silicon Valley throughout the compliant American media.

As ignorance is one of social media’s most prominent epidemics, many are claiming Dr. Immanuel has found THE “cure” for COVID-19, that is not the case. She is only sharing her proven experiences based on what was previously used with much-touted, albeit squelched success.

A French doctor, Didier Raoult, claimed in mid-March he had successfully treated COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine.

The report, published online, claimed that 40 coronavirus patients were given hydroxychloroquine, with more than half experiencing the clearing of their airways within three to six days. The study suggested giving an anti-bacterial drug, azithromycin, in tandem, to eliminate the risks of bacterial infection. This research was based on a previous study by Chinese doctors.
Forbes, 4/6/20

Again the question should be asked, with all of the sheer bullshit that’s posted online on a daily basis, why did this woman’s presentation create so much angst that a seemingly coordinated effort was conducted to silence a doctor, just as they have with others, who contradicted the narrative that may ultimately lead to the forced vaccination of the American people.

Just who would gain from that (and who will be exempted…)?

Why is this incident an example of racism? Name ONE white woman who’s been censored on the big three social media platforms simultaneously? Is there something about this black woman that can’t be allowed to be seen, especially by other black people?

Because she may have exposed the real frauds here….

The unelected officials and the media.

What are we not surprised?

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