Nigerian US based Dr. Stella Immanuel: “We don’t need to die. There’s a cure for Covid.” Challenges CNN’s Coumo and Dr. Fauci to take urine test to prove they aren’t taking hydroxychloroquine.
Physicians calling themselves “America’s Frontline Doctors” spoke to the public on the steps of the U.S. Capitol on Monday afternoon as part of a two-day symposium on COVID-19.
The event, termed the “first White Coat Summit,” addressed what the doctors referred to as “a massive disinformation campaign” surrounding coronavirus to which American life has fallen casualty.
Some of the physicians addressing the public stated that unnecessary deaths have occurred during the COVID-19 pandemic and that hydroxychloroquine’s use is “being blocked because of politics” and recommended that it be made available “over-the-counter.” But one physician whose voice was heard clearest and loudest is Nigeria’s Dr Stella Immanuel.
Dr Immanuel is a primary care physician who lives in Houston, Texas. She carefully tackled the media’s narrative about hydroxychloroquine saying, “I personally treated over 350 patients with Covid-19. Patients who have diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma, old people — my oldest patient is 92. I have put them on hydroxychloroquine, zinc and zithromax, and they are all well.” She added, “I have not lost one patient. Fake studies and fake pharma companies say it doesn’t work. Nobody needs to die from this virus. It has a cure and it called hydroxychloroquine. You don’t need mask and you don’t need people to be locked down.”
Clips of her impassioned talk were shared widely on Twitter and people wondered why such crucial information is been kept away from Americans.