Twitter Punishes Donald Trump Jr. for Spreading Covid-19 Misinformation

Thursday, 30 Jul, 2020

The video retweeted by Trump - who said he used hydroxychloroquine and has repeatedly touted it - is from a July 27, 2020 press conference held by a group calling themselves "America's Frontline Doctors" who stood wearing white lab coats but without social distancing or any form of facial covering in front of the US Supreme Court.

Asked about Immanuel's remarks, Dr. The headline reads, "Trump's New Favorite COVID Doctor Belives in Alien DNA, Demon Sperm, Hydroxycholorquine".

She also rebuked recent studies that show the malaria treatment does not treat coronavirus.

In the latest dust-up between Twitter and President Donald Trump's family, the social media company limited Donald Trump Jr.'s account functionalities for 12 hours and forced him to delete a video that spread misinformation about the Covid-19 pandemic.

She also said that, "You don't need (a) mask".

She also appears to have promoted conversion therapy in the past, with her website claiming of homosexuality: "All kinds of sexual bondage can be broken through the power of the blood of Jesus". It states that until he removed the tweet in question, Trump couldn't tweet, retweet, follow anyone or like any tweets.

The video was also taken down by Facebook and YouTube - after racking up millions of views - for breaking their rules on COVID-19 misinformation. "There is a cure", she said in reference to hydroxychloroquine, which the Food and Drug Administration has said does not appear to be effective against the virus and can cause risky heart arrhythmias. She operates a medical clinic in Houston out of a strip mall next to her church, Firepower Ministries.

"I think they're very respected doctors".

But the video posted Monday had more views than "Plandemic" within hours of being posted online, even though it was removed much faster. "It is called hydroxychloroquine, zinc and Zithromax", she said.

Immanuel is a conspiracy theorist and a homophobe who has lashed out at the gay agenda and believes that medical issues are caused by sex with demons. She is also calls herself a spiritual leader and has published several freaky sermons and theories, posted by The Daily Beast in a recent report on her background.

On Sunday night, Immanuel threatened Facebook after it deleted the viral video.

Moreover, Stella allegedly said that the government is not run by human beings but "by 'reptilians and other aliens", as The Daily Beast reported.