Dunno how long this will be up.
I saw a little of this yesterday it sounded like some paid stooges from Trump Inc., might as well take medical advice from Ivanka.
At the very end I learned that the original video production was by Breitbart. So there’s that.
From a FB friend:
Dr. Stella (the Nigerian doctor who speaks second) is the new “medical” darling of the Hydroxychloroquine movement￼. Don’t believe the hype do some research, here are some things you should probably know about Dr. Stella.
- She runs a (now removed) website about fighting witchcraft
- She has a 1 year temporary medical license in the state of Texas
- Her “hospital” is a clinic in a strip mall next to her church
- She is a minister who offers sermons on YouTube. Subjects include:
• Combating witchcraft
• Use of alien DNA in the medical industry
• Negative health effects resulting from sex dreams about demons
• Gays practicing “homosexual terrorism”
• Children should be whipped (but not abused)
- She requires masks in her clinic
- Believes the “magic 8 ball” is a scheme to involve children in witchcraft
- States that Disney Channel and Harry Potter are gateways to witchcraft, run by the illuminati
- States that there is a “gene in people’s minds” that makes them religious, and the government wants to vaccinate that gene.
- Ancestral curses are transmitted through the placenta.
- Her group “America’s Frontline Doctors” held a press conference a few days ago, already got more traction than ‘Plandemic,’ and has now been removed by FB, YouTube, and Twitter.
- Breitbart, right wing networks, and Trump are still pushing it.
Why are we looking for a conspiracy?
Monday’s livestreamed event featuring the America’s Frontline Doctors group was organized by Tea Party Patriots, a wealthy Republican donor-backed nonprofit that, in partnership with FreedomWorks and other right-wing dark money groups, launched the Save Our Country Coalition in April to push for America’s rapid reopening. Jenny Beth Martin, TPP’s co-founder, spoke at the conference alongside the self-proclaimed frontline doctors, urging people to call their elected officials to demand access to hydroxychloroquine.
Simone Gold, the founder of America’s Frontline Doctors, has been a go-to source for Fox News on the so-called dangers of strict coronavirus measures and has spoken at several reopen rallies.