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Demon Sperm Result: Donald J. Trump

Dr. Stella Immanuel has cleared up the mystery of how we ended up with Donald John Trump. Demon sperm.

That's right. It can be the only answer.

Immanuel is the wacko homophobic doctor-preacher who was part of the America's Frontline Doctors group who claimed in Washington the other day that neither masks nor shutdowns are needed to fight the coronavirus pandemic, despite the massive amount of evidence to the contrary.

Their demonstration was shown in a video live-streamed by Breitbart, the conservative media outlet from which Trump plucked one-time political advisor Steve Bannon. The video was viewed more than 14 million times after being tweeted by Donald Trump Jr. and the big man, himself. But alas, it was removed by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter because it spread misinformation about covid-19.

But in that video, as we wrote here yesterday, Immanuel made the unsubstantiated claim that Trump's favorite drug, hydroxychloroiquine, is a "cure for covid," even though that has been widely contradicted by such sources of actual expertise as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, and the Food and Drug Administration.

Back to demon sperm

According to Will Sommer of The Daily Beast, Immanuel claims that having sex with witches and demons in your dreams can result in gynecological problems like cysts, endometriosis, and STDs. It's all caused by "evil deposits from the spirit husband," she says.

Further, Sommer reported, Immanuel claims that alien DNA is currently being used in medical treatments, and that scientists are working on a coronavirus vaccine to keep people from being religious.

Moreover, she has said that the government is run in part by "reptilians" and other aliens, wrote Sommer. He cited a 2015 sermon she gave revealing a witch's Illuminati plan to destroy the world using abortion, gay marriage, and children’s toys, among other things. She also offered prayers through her website to remove generational curses transmitted through placenta.

As we wrote here yesterday, Immanuel claims to have successfully treated hundreds of patients with hydroxychloroquine, and Trump said yesterday that he was greatly impressed with her. In fact, he called her "spectacular."

That's because she finally unravelled the mystery of his own origin: demon sperm, technically known as "evil deposits from the spirit husband."

97 days and counting.

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