Day 2 of White Coat Summit banned, their website was taken down


Update: Dr. Immanuel’s religious beliefs are now the source of denigration. She allegedly believes in Alien DNA and demon sperm that causes women’s gynecological problems. We have no idea how this affects her beliefs about the drugs. We also don’t know if the drugs work. We posted this because we believe in free speech.

Frontline doctors [they are not really frontline doctors] from across the U.S. held a “White Coat Summit” on Monday in Washington D.C. to dispel the misinformation and myths surrounding the coronavirus. They have been completely silenced.

Day two of their summit is in front of the U.S. Supreme Court today. The Livestream video of the summit on their website was taken down by Google or their provider.

The doctors are very concerned with the disinformation campaign being played out in the far left American media today.

Google or the website hosting service took down their website. This is the message you get if you click the site:


Dr. Stella Immanuel, who has been banned by all social media platforms, is imploring the patients who have been cured by hydroxychloroquine to come forward, make a video. She is also being mocked for her unusual religious beliefs but they don’t seem to affect her medical statements or facts.

“We are being attacked, ridiculed, and discredited. We need our patients to SPEAK UP,” Dr. Immanuel said.


Donald Trump Jr is posting her video on Parler.

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