Dr. Stella Immanuel Biography
Dr. Stella Immanuel (birth name; Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel) is a Cameroonian-American physician, author, and pastor based in the United States. She went viral on social media on July 27, 2020 after she advocated for the use of hydroxychloroquine as a cure for coronavirus.
Dr. Stella Immanuel Age
She is 55 years old; she was born on May 5, 1965 in Bali, Cameroon.
Dr. Stella Immanuel Education
Stella attended Cameroon Protestant College, a secondary school in Bali, Cameroon. She graduated from the University of Calabar in Calabar in southeastern Nigeria in 1990 and moved to the US in 1992 where she completed a pediatric residency at Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center.
Dr. Stella Immanuel Husband
It is not clear what Stella’s marital status is.
Dr. Stella Immanuel Children
She is a mother of two daughters; Mima Fonding and Bernette. Mima is a graduate of Baylor University and the University of Westminster in London. Bernette is a student at the University of Houston.
Dr. Stella Immanuel Doctor
Dr. Immanuel is a Houston doctor who began her career at the Paediatric Clinic in Louisiana. She later joined the Southern Pediatric Clinic in Alexandria, Louisiana in December 1998. n February 1999, she joined the General Pediatric Care Clinic as a pediatrician. In 2006, she owned the Rapha Medical and Therapeutic Clinic in Louisiana. In 2019, she began working for Rehoboth Medical Center in Houston.
Dr. Stella Immanuel Hydroxychloroquine
Dr. Immanuel has been an advocate for the use of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for COVID-19 patients. On May 21, she wrote, “I treat patients with covid19 and Hydroxychloroquine with zinc works. They get better in 24 hours. I have not lost a patient yet. My family and I take it for prevention. Many doctors and nurses take it.”
In April 2020, she wrote a piece in Physician Outlook in which she promoted the use of hydroxychloroquine and questioned why its use had been discouraged. She wrote, “For political reasons, licensed physicians will take to the media to scare the public from taking something that could potentially help them.”
On July 27, 2020 she gave her viral speech on the steps of the Supreme Court at the “White Coat Summit,” a gathering of a handful of doctors who call themselves America’s Frontline Doctors and dispute the medical consensus on the novel coronavirus. She praised hydroxychloroquine and alleged that face masks aren’t necessary to stop transmission of COVID-19.
She alleged in the speech that she has successfully treated hundreds of patients with hydroxychloroquine. However studied have failed to find proof that the drug has any benefit in treating COVID-19, and the Food and Drug Administration in June revoked its emergency authorization to use it to treat the deadly virus, saying it hadn’t demonstrated any effect on patients’ mortality prospects.
Immanuel said in her speech that the supposed potency of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment means that protective face masks aren’t necessary, claiming that she and her staff had avoided contracting COVID-19 despite wearing medical masks instead of the more secure N95 masks.
Dr. Stella Immanuel Endometriosis
According to sermons posted on Youtube and articles on her website, she claims that medical issues like endometriosis, cysts, infertility, and impotence are caused by sex with “spirit husbands” and “spirit wives”
“They are responsible for serious gynecological problems. We call them all kinds of names—endometriosis, we call them molar pregnancies, we call them fibroids, we call them cysts, but most of them are evil deposits from the spirit husband. They are responsible for miscarriages, impotence—men that can’t get it up.”
Dr. Stella Immanuel Demons
She also offers in her sermon a sort of demonology of “nephilim,” the biblical characters she claims exist as demonic spirits and lust after dream sex with humans, causing all matter of real health problems and financial ruin. She alleges that ailments such as fibroid tumors and cysts stem from the demonic sperm after demon dream sex, an activity she claims affects “many women.”
“They turn into a woman and then they sleep with the man and collect his sperm. Then they turn into the man and they sleep with a man and deposit the sperm and reproduce more of themselves.”
In her 2015 sermon on the Illuminati’s supposed agenda to bring down the United States, Immanuel argues that a wide variety of toys, books, and TV shows, from Pokémon—which she declares “Eastern demons”—to Harry Potter and the Disney Channel shows Wizards of Waverly Place and That’s So Raven were all part of a scheme to introduce children to spirits and witches. Immanuel warned that the Disney Channel show Hannah Montana was a gateway to evil, because its character had an “alter ego.” She has claimed that schools teach children to meditate so they can “meet with demons.”
Dr. Stella Immanuel Alien DNA – Dr. Stella Immanuel Lizard People
Dr. Immanuel has also claimed that doctors used alien DNA in medical treatments and that lizard-like “reptilian” aliens are involved in the United States government. “They’re using all kinds of DNA, even alien DNA, to treat people.”
Dr. Stella Immanuel LGBT
Dr. Immanuel is against the LGBT community. Shortly before the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage, Immanuel warned her flock that gay marriage meant that “very soon people are going to be seeking to marry children” and accused gay Americans of practicing “homosexual terrorism.” In the same sermon, she praised a father’s decision to not love his transgender son after a gender transition.
“You know the crazy part? The little girl demands he must love her anyway. Really? You will not get it from me, I’d be like ‘Little girl, when you come back to be a little girl again, but you talk—for now, I’m gone.’”
Dr. Stella Immanuel Trump
Dr. Stella is an avid supporter of President Donald Trump. Trump retweeted the viral video of Dr. Stella. During a Tuesday afternoon press conference, Trump praised Immanuel and her fellow Frontline Doctors; “I can tell you this, she was on air along with many other doctors. They were big fans of hydroxychloroquine and I thought she was very impressive in the sense that from where she came, I don’t know which country she comes from, but she said that she’s had tremendous success with hundreds of different patients, and I thought her voice was an important voice, but I know nothing about her.
For some reason the internet wanted to take them down and took them off. I guess Twitter took them off and I think Facebook took them off. I don’t know why I think they’re very respected doctors.”