In the midst of a global pandemic in what was once considered an advanced first world nation, we have demonstrated a level of moronitude that beggars the imagination. Prevention would have been good, but we worked with great diligence to discount the verified reports of hellacious disease and death. Perhaps you will have seen my earlier attempt at satire: “Democrats’ Hoax Inconveniences Hundreds of Thousands in China, Iran, Italy, and South Korea”? Perhaps not. In any case, we not only could have seen it coming, dammit, we did see it coming.
So here it comes, refrigerated trucks are stacking bodies in New York, and the stream of misinformation, disinformation, and sheer lunacy becomes a raging torrent. Apparently saying, “It ain’t happening here” had to give way to, maybe it would be good to inject patients with disinfectant, the application of hydroxychloroquine, and to the most recent as-yet-unproven palliative, using the dna of aliens. That’s a stretch, but if other accounts are to be believed, and they are believed, astral sex with demons is a major health risk as is the vaccination against religion.
I may have strayed from the point. Back to unfortunate Presidential endorsement # 6145.
“Dr.” Stella Immanuel, spokesperson for a group calling itself America’s Frontline Doctors, delivered an address in front of the Supreme Court (the building, not the august jurors) in which she ranted about the silly and unnecessary precautions, such as wearing masks or maintaining distance, as the cure for Covid 19 is right in front of us as the President has been saying all along. She stated that in her practice, happy patients have danced away from her clinic in great good health following treatment with hydroxychloroquine.
Immanuel’s other and perhaps equally demanding job is as a preacher at The Fire Power Ministries Christian Resource Center located in the same strip mall in Houston as her “treatment facility”, the Rehoboth Medical Center, a walk-in clinic advertising the dispensing of hydroxychloroquine. The actual wording of the message posted on the clinic’s door demands attention.
“Dr. Stella Immanuel MD. We Screen and Treat Covid-19 Patients. Early treatment is key! Call and come in. Don’t wait until you get too sick. If you have flu-like symptoms its(sic) probably Covid-19.”
The first section should be warning enough, but here’s the meat of the promo in language that defies parsing:
“FDA(sic) had revoked its emergency use authorization restricting the use of hydroxychloroquine in hospital setting only. It was not found to be effective in sick hospital patients. Doctors can use it however outpatient(sic) where early treatment is ket to its effectiveness, off label to treat Covid-19. That will also release the stock pile.”
Stella Immanuel attended the Calabar College of Medicine in Nigeria where one assumes she was taught to use off label hydroxychloroquine in order to release the stock pile. Her role in addition to taking a prominent role as the face of the American Frontline Doctors, a group sponsored by the Tea Party Patriots Action, includes her self-proclaimed position as “God’s battle axe and weapon of war.” It is from that pulpit that she has preached and written about the dangers of “serious gynecological problems” caused by tormenting spirits.
This is where the astral sex comes in, and if you have been practicing astral sex on the sly, you won’t need her description of the phenomenon. If you are new to the game, here’s Immanuel’s thoughtful observation:
“Many women suffer from astral sex regularly. Astral sex is the ability to project one’s spirit man into the victim’s body and have intercourse with it. This practice is very common amongst Satanists. They leave their physical bodies in a dormant state while they project their spirits into the body of whoever they want to have sex with,”
Again, there are peculiarities of construction here, but the point is that this apparently GOES ON ALL THE TIME!
The person once known as the Leader of the Free World liked her support of his theories, and suggested that she’d had great success in her practice while simultaneously disavowing any knowledge of her medical credentials.
Any port in a storm.
It’s only appropriate to end by quoting a man whose commandment that the German emperor go to Rome to be shot and the Pope jailed came from his conviction that it was he who had created the world. It was Friedrich Nietzsche who wrote, “Madness is something rare in individuals, but in groups, parties, peoples, and ages, it is the rule.”