Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel (born 1965) is a Cameroonian-American physician, author, and pastor based in the United States. She has been accused of spreading false and dangerous medical advice and cures. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have taken down her videos for promoting false coronavirus cures.
- We are now teaching tolerance to something as vile as homosexuality – even to our grade-school children. This demon has been released to infect our generation. No matter what is said or claimed, most homosexuals are not happy, because there is something programmed in us by Jehovah God himself that makes us inherently know good from evil. This demon will not give peace, that’s why there is so much drug addiction and suicide in the gay community. It’s an antiGod, anti-procreation agenda of the Devil, and we have glamorized it. Now when we do evil, we find a way to make it acceptable. So, the majority have been pushed in the closet while we put up with the blatant display of perverted, vile behavior that is being taught to our children. Instead of the church gathering fire to help these poor souls get delivered, they have been accepted and given free rein in the church. The infestation is increasing because these people release these spirits in the church and in our schools to infect others. You cannot love, counsel or drug a demon. We have been caged!
- As quoted in Trump-promoted Dr. Stella Immanuel said homosexuality is the “agenda of the Devil”. Media Matters for America. Retrieved on 29 July 2020.
- Thank you CNN and let me know when y'all need some of them demons cast out of you. I will gladly oblige. You will feel a lot better. Keep up the good work.
- As quoted in Walker, James (July 29, 2020). [Stella Immanuel Doubles Down Amid Storm Over Trump Tweet, 'Demons' Comments "Stella Immanuel Doubles Down Amid Storm Over Trump Tweet, 'Demons' Comments"]. Newsweek. Retrieved on 29 July 2020.
- Big Tech is censoring Experts and suppressing the CURE. I will not be silenced.
- Via Twitter, as quoted in Hensley, Nicole; Lewis, Brooke A. (29 July 2020). "Houston doctor behind hydroxychloroquine drug video was sued in Louisiana woman’s death". Houston Chronicle. Retrieved on 30 July 2020.
Quotes about Stella ImmanuelEdit
- 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's said that she's had tremendous success with hundreds of patients, and I thought her voice was an important voice, but I know nothing about her.
- US President Donald Trump, as quoted in Walker, James (July 29, 2020). [Stella Immanuel Doubles Down Amid Storm Over Trump Tweet, 'Demons' Comments "Stella Immanuel Doubles Down Amid Storm Over Trump Tweet, 'Demons' Comments"]. Newsweek. Retrieved on 29 July 2020.