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Stella!

By Mahons On July 29th, 2020

According to Dr. Stella Immanuel, a physcian touted by President Trump, Jesus will take down Facebook if it doesn’t restore her discredited videos. The Lord acts in mysterious ways.

She is against masks and lockdowns. She is in favor of medicine that has been demonstrated as ineffective. She is on record with a variety of claims involving people having sex with demons and witches (apparently in their dreams).

The President promotes this quack while trying to put down legitimate medical authorities. The divide between those who accept reality and those who dont seems to grow with his every mad act. A thought, is he doing this because he actually believes it or does he want to lose the election?

32 Responses to “Stella!”

  1. So any Dr that’s also a Minister is a quack…..

    How about all those Dr’s like Fauci who haven’t seen a single Patient in Decades…. he’s a genius or better yet either of the Pauls…….

    but like global warming it doesn’t matter that there is a divide among the professionals in the fields.

    If your not touting the view the drones like Mahons say you should tout you must march out and make sure that you drive home their view is from a quack……

  2. According to Dr. Stella Immanuel, a physcian touted by President Trump, Jesus will take down Facebook if it doesn’t restore her discredited videos.

    In mind of her direct connection to the heavens surely the title should be Stellar!!

    So any Dr that’s also a Minister is a quack…..

    No, but any doctor who states that medicine is made from alien DNA and that ‘they’ are inventing a vaccine to immunise you from religion is.

  3. Patrick

    And aren’t you just a drone for everything Trump says ?

  4. Paul

    Or maybe The title could be “The Artois of Stella” …you’ll need a pint of it after listening to her nonsense 🙂

  5. well one things is clear , this is not the work of stellar moms 😉

  6. How about all those Dr’s like Fauci who haven’t seen a single Patient in Decades…. he’s a genius or better yet either of the Pauls…….

    So you think Fauci is less competent on this than a local GP would be?

    Glad you’re on board with Trump and Fox News here. Fauci is BAD! Him and all his knowledge!

  7. “A thought, is he doing this because he actually believes it or does he want to lose the election?”

    He might think that by appealing to his base he increases his chance of winning.

  8. We can all (well most of us) laugh at this stupid deluded woman but there is a serious issue here. One of the reasons that the USA has suffered and continues to suffer so badly in this pandemic is because of the extensive publicity that these far-right cranks and conspiracy nutters are given. Of course Trump and Fox are a big part of this but there are much worse outlets than Fox.

    Sinclair Broadcast Group recently published an online interview with a conspiracy theorist who claimed that Dr. Anthony Fauci created the coronavirus using monkey cells. Sinclair — which operates almost 200 television stations — has also run segments downplaying the severity of the virus. And this nutter was (needless to say) endorsed by a GOP congressman:

    “Judy Mikovits is a prominent conspiracy theorist who has been spreading dangerous disinformation about COVID-19. She said it was “insanity” to close public beaches during the pandemic because there were “healing microbes” in the water. She warned Americans against getting a flu vaccine, falsely claiming that it would increase the odds of contracting COVID-19 by 36%. She promoted bleach as a treatment…”

    https://popular.info/p/congressman-promotes-notorious-coronavirus?campaign_id=9&emc=edit_nn_20200729&instance_id=20734&nl=the-morning&regi_id=92386359&segment_id=34620&te=1&user_id=88a853b48475ac441e2bca51f72ddacb

  9. I think even most of his base would give this woman a wide berth !

  10. //“A thought, is he doing this because he actually believes it or does he want to lose the election?”

    He might think that by appealing to his base he increases his chance of winning.//

    You beat me to it. If that’s his strategy, there’s certainly enough brainlessness there for it to work.

    Of course, some people – and Trump is one and there are many others – are so dumb that they think most other people are too; they wouldn’t even recognise an intelligent report, or insight or remark if they heard one.

  11. I’ve said it before: the age of reason is under threat. Idiotic conspiracy theorists and cranks can proliferate their nonsense on the internet and, it turns out, there are countless idiots that cannot tell the difference between credible and fake sources…in fact, many deliberately choose the incredible, fake theories because they think it makes them look smart.

  12. Of course, some people – and Trump is one and there are many others – are so dumb that they think most other people are too; they wouldn’t even recognise an intelligent report, or insight or remark if they heard one

    Indeed Noel, just watch this:

    ‘It never reached my desk, I read a lot and comprehend extraordinarily well’

    https://twitter.com/axios/status/1288414395392040960

    Cringeworthy & embarrassing.

  13. As 2015 drew to a close, then-candidate Donald Trump made an appearance that was unprecedented in the history of modern presidential campaigns.

    It was on InfoWars, the hard-right outlet run by extremist conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, a trafficker in false information who had exploited national tragedies from 9/11 to Newtown. And it was brokered by Trump’s longtime associate Roger Stone, a frequent InfoWars guest, in a bid to win over Jones’ millions of viewers.

    “Your reputation is amazing. I will not let you down,” Trump told Jones, who for years had been pushing a message that “elites” and “globalists” are part of a secret conspiracy that controls the world. “You will be very — very impressed, I hope.”

    A new FRONTLINE documentary traces how the alliance between Jones and Trump, facilitated by Stone, would help to bring conspiracy theorist thought into the political mainstream — ushering in the current era, in which misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic has spread like the virus itself.

    That documentary, United States of Conspiracy, includes a striking sequence that illustrates how Trump adopted Jones’ claims — voicing them publicly in a way that shocked even InfoWars staffers as he ran for the highest office in the land.

    I’ve spoken of this as it happened.

    We’ve had a Conspiracy Administration for 3 1/2 years, and I’d say that all the Trump supporters here apart from Charles are very much along for the conspiracy ride.

    http://www.atangledweb.org/?p=60969#comments

    https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/alex-jones-and-donald-trump-how-the-candidate-echoed-the-conspiracy-theorist-on-the-campaign-trail/

  14. “Conspiracism has become a recognized and accepted way of exercising political power. It creates a polarization in the population that’s much deeper than partisan polarization — it’s a polarization about what it means to know something,” Nancy Rosenblum, co-author of A Lot of People Are Saying, says in the film. “I think it’s likely to spread across the political spectrum. And whether it returns to the fringes or not I think will depend on whether people in office can resist using it.”

    I’d invite comments on this.

    Conspiracism. Never heard that term before, but I guess that is what we’re talking about.

  15. Yes Phantom

    Trump is the most polarising POTUS ever and the conspiracy weapon is just the most extreme one that he uses constantly. It’s so notable how he uses every issue bar none to exacerbate division among the people. The Covis pandemic is the most recent example. From day one he has played this for the politics, even claiming that mask-wearers were Dems out to annoy him. Like every other issue it was just another front in the culture war. It was soon followed by statues and the Confederate flag which for a Yankee he is strangely attached to. It’s almost like his old man was Klan or something.

    Last week he appeared to come on board with masks, saying it was “patriotic” to wear one. But everyone knows he was speaking through gritted teeth and he will soon revert to type on the right-wing “mask tyranny” meme. I would give it another week at most. He hasn’t got the self-discipline to stay on-message.

  16. I’m no drone an autonomous AI Colm

  17. Dummy Representative Gohmert now has the virus and he is blaming masks for it.

    “I can’t help but think if I hadn’t been wearing a mask so much in the last 10 days or so, I really wonder if I would have gotten it,” Mr. Gohmert said. “Moving the mask around, getting it sitting just right, I am bound to have put some virus on the mask that I sucked in.”

    These comments are so completely stupid that you might think that they were made up, but he really said that.

  18. Can’t get PBS here alas

  19. I think a lot of this is the idea of tricking people into believing you are ‘one of them’. Most people do not consider themselves part of the elite or the establishment or the privileged few, whatever you want to call it, and they can be seduced into believing that they ‘outside the circle’ are being lied to by those ‘inside the circle’. The trick for political fraudsters is to make these people believe you too are outside the circle and will be their champion. Trump, very much an establishment privileged member of the American elite has done a good job with his flirtations with controversialist views and individuals and by being seen as a maverick has done very well persuading the outside the circle crowd that he is amongst them, but he isn’t and never will be.

  20. It’s not the Whitehouse
    It’s whacko house with quack doctor stella duck

  21. I’m no drone an autonomous AI Colm

    I think that sentence is saying something Patrick but i’m not sure what 🙂

  22. kurt

    Maybe by cheerleading this black female doctor, its Trump’s strange way of appealing to the BLM and the women voter groups 🙂

  23. I’d say that the object of ‘conspiracism’ is to sidetrack, muddle and sow confusion. We see it often enough here.

  24. Paul

    That’s just a conspiracy theory of yours 🙂

  25. “The President promotes this quack while trying to put down legitimate medical authorities. The divide between those who accept reality and those who dont seems to grow with his every mad act. A thought, is he doing this because he actually believes it or does he want to lose the election?” Trump lives in his own reality. But, sometimes a ray of actual reality breaks through and sometimes he notices it. Right now it seems a possibility of humiliating defeat in November is that ray of actual reality and accounts for much of his bizarre behavior like making claims Biden wants to make windows illegal or drop a bomb on suburbs or promote this crazed Dr Stella. Then there are things he uses government for to promote himself such as the stunt in Portland which blew up in his face. Faced with humiliating defeat one option is for him to drop out making up some typically unbelievable excuse. So, it possible he both believes Dr Stella and wants to lose the election.

    It would be one thing if he were on a funny farm living in his own reality but, unfortunately, for a few months more he is president. This post is a reminder that he is still as crazy and dangerous as ever.

  26. Patrick – she isn’t a quack because she is a Minister. She is a quack because her comments are insane. Are you seriously questioning Dr. Fauci’s credentials or qualifications?

  27. Trump has already done his reverse-ferret on masks (less than a week after he “endorsed” them) and Fauci is now defying Trump to sack him. And the Trumps definitely have an intense interest in hydroxychloroquine. Dons Senior and Junior are touting it virtually every day, along with their gauleiter pal in Brazil:

    “Top US virus researcher Dr Anthony Fauci has called President Donald Trump’s sharing of a video which included claims masks are not needed to fight Covid-19 “not helpful”.

    The video promotes a drug widely disproven to be effective in treating Covid-19. Dr Fauci’s interview with the BBC’s Katty Kay comes as the US is about to hit 150,000 deaths due to the pandemic. The virus continues to spread rapidly in the US as states lock down again.

    President Trump was among social media users who shared video on social media late on Monday of a group called America’s Frontline Doctors advocating hydroxychloroquine as a Covid-19 treatment and saying that masks and shutdowns are not effective in combating coronavirus…”

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-53587527

  28. “Top US virus researcher Dr Anthony Fauci has called President Donald Trump’s sharing of a video which included claims masks are not needed to fight Covid-19 “not helpful”.

    Here is Dr Anthony Fauci’s advice on the wearing of masks…….

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUHsEmlIoE4

    Dr Fauci on 60 Minutes says: You do not need a mask!

    Remember – Corona is a killer as we see with our own eyes. Everybody’s dying everywhere……except that they’re not. Apart from that, it’s devastating

  29. This is some George Orwell level shit

  30. Madonna likes Stella also

    https://news.yahoo.com/madonna-post-blocked-instagram-false-virus-video-165037660.html

  31. Madonna’s getting on a bit bless her 🙂

  32. David Vance recently published an article recommending homeopathic arsenic to treat Covid.

    I would care slightly less about this nonsense if he had published a single article arguing that a vaccine might be quite a useful thing, or that masks could have a beneficial effect.

    Unfortunately he has not.

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