WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump defended his decision to promote Dr. Stella Immanuel, who pushed hydroxychloroquine as a cure for the coronavirus.
“I was very impressed with her and other doctors that stood with her,” Trump said Wednesday before leaving the White House for Texas.
Trump lashed out at social media companies for labelling her comments misinformation and removing the video that featured her: “I was very impressed by her. I know nothing about her, I had never seen her before, but certainly you could put her up and let her have a voice. So what they did is they took down their voice. Now, they seem to never take down the other side. They only take down conservative voices.”
“And with hydroxy, all I want to do is save lives,” Trump added.
Dr Stella Immanuel has claimed that sex with demons makes you sick, alien DNA is used for medications and that scientists vaccinate people against being religious. pic.twitter.com/g4KXffnIpZ@realDonaldTrump called her "very impressive" https://t.co/UbpCRCB3NH
— norman marsh (@viewfrommyshed) July 29, 2020
"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 infection in the first place! #whitecoatsummit
— Essential Fleccas 🇺🇸 (@fleccas) July 27, 2020