Dr Immanuel was among a number of physicians named âAmericaâs Frontline Doctorsâ making misleading claims about the virus at a news conference Monday in Washington.
The paediatrician and religious minister has emerged as a figurehead in light of her speech at the conference, with both Mr Trump and his oldest son singing her praises on social media.
However, a report by The Daily Beast delved into more of Dr Immanuelâs unconventional public appearances, revealing the doctorâs spiritual beliefs regarding demon sex, alien DNA in medicine, conspiracy theories, and anti-LGBTQ+ views.
In one video from 2013, the doctor attributes medical conditions such as endometriosis, fibroids, and cysts to âspirit husbandsâ, demons that have sex with women while they sleep.
âThey are responsible for serious gynaecological problems,â Dr Immanuel said. âWe call them all kinds of namesâendometriosis, we call them molar pregnancies, we call them fibroids, we call them cysts, but most of them are evil deposits from the spirit husband.â
She also offers guidance against these spirits in an article titled âDeliverance from Spirit Wives and Spirit Husbandsâ on her website, first reported by The Daily Beast.
According to the outlet, she also speaks of a conspiracy theory in which a witch attempts to use abortion, gay marriage, and childrenâs toys to destroy the world and claims that alien DNA is being used in medicine to treat humans.
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I heard Doc Fauci speak up yesterday evening that people should avoid believing these outrageous stories