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Immanuel has previously claimed that alien DNA is being used in medicine, that scientists are working to create a vaccine to prevent people from being religious, and that certain gynecological problems are caused by people having sex in their dreams with demons and witches, according to a report Tuesday by The Daily Beast.
Immanuel subsequently tweeted her approval of the story, writing online that “The Daily Beast did a great job summarizing our deliverance ministry and exposing incubus and succubus. Thank you daily beast. If you need deliverance from these spirits. Contact us.”
The president described Immanuel as “very impressive” at a White House coronavirus briefing Tuesday where he was asked about her fringe healthcare beliefs.
“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,” he told reporters.
Trump, who was prescribed hydroxychloroquine earlier this year, also maintained that “many doctors think it is extremely successful,” saying: “I happen to think it works in the early stages. I think front-line medical people believe that, too. Some, many.”
On Wednesday, Navarro said the president discussed hydroxychloroquine “in a very sophisticated way yesterday,” but added that he had “absolutely nothing to say about” Trump’s invocation of Immanuel from the White House podium.
“I’m not going to be your prop in this circus, OK?” he told CNN.