James O'Brien's reaction to Trump supporting "alien DNA" doctor

James O'Brien's reaction to Trump supporting

She attached a video of United States physician Stella Immanuel who praised hydroxychloroquine as a miracle coronavirus cure.

"This virus has a cure, it's called hydroxychloroquine, zinc, and zithromax".

Fauci was forced to rebut Trump after the president again sang the praises of hydroxychloroquine during a series of tweets Monday and at the White House coronavirus task force press conference the following day.

The president's comments come after Twitter temporarily suspended his son Donald Trump Jr.'s account, after he posted a video on Facebook and Twitter which promoted the drug.

His account, which has more than five million followers, was scrutinised by Twitter after he shared a video with dubious information about using anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine to treat Covid-19.

But the guild said in a statement signed by its president on Tuesday, Olufemi Babalola, a professor of ophthalmology, that the claims are unsubstantiated and has no scientific evidence.

Ms Immanuel's claim is also at odds with the recommendation by Nigeria's disease control agency, NCDC, which has said hydroxychloroquine is administered to COVID-19 patients on case-by-case basis and its potency varies from person to person.

"Well, you're my hero", Giuliani said after Immanuel paid him the same compliment.

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The video was first published by Breitbart News, a right-wing medium co-founded by Steve Bannon, a former aide to American President, Donald Trump.

Mr Trump and Dr Fauci have publicly disagreed over issues including how quickly to reopen the U.S. economy, and the effectiveness of malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a treatment.

Furthermore, he urged the removal of the government protections applied to social media companies that absolve them from being liable for content posted on their platform and allow them to suppress the speech of users on their platform.

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"Another video that was pinned to the top of her profile with the hashtag "#HCQWorks" was also removed.

After the video went viral, The Daily Beast found that Immanuel has a history of making outlandish and unsubstantiated medical claims, including preaching that cysts and endometriosis are a result of people having dreams that they're having sex with demons and witches, and that alien DNA is used in our medicine.

The video also played down the importance of using masks.

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