Dr. Stella Immanuel slams Houston Chronicle’s smear campaign against her – Brighteon.TV
By Ramon Tomey // Nov 16, 2021

Texas physician and pastor Dr. Stella Immanuel on Thursday, Nov. 11, joined the "Health Ranger Report" on Brighteon.TV to denounce the attacks against her by the Houston Chronicle.


She told the Health Ranger Mike Adams that the newspaper's smear campaign will not dissuade her from prescribing more effective cures for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).

The Health Ranger described Immanuel as "one of the most important voices spearheading this fight for humanity to take down the demonic, destructive forces … trying to deny us treatments that work." Adams continued that the powers that be are trying to destroy doctors opting to prescribe ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), two widely suppressed COVID-19 cures.

"They will only let you practice medicine in America if you agree to murder people in the hospitals. That's what it has come to in this country – it's an extraordinary situation. It's a crime against humanity, it's medical genocide," he said.

Immanuel, who also hosts "The Dr. Stella Immanuel Show" on Brighteon.TV, said: "We can't relent, we can't stop because … there are forces out there that want to stop anything that can overcome the fear [of COVID-19]. Because you see … their whole goal is to get all of humanity terrified [and] scared to die. And then they can convince everybody to get this gene-editing jab."

"We have a lot of people that we're taking care of. We have doctors … [and] pharmacists in all 50 states, [yet] we are fighting these [medical] boards. But you see, that is not even a big deal because … there is no medical board that can tell us we cannot prescribe a medication off-label," she added.

Immanuel said that when she and other doctors would prescribe HCQ and IVM, leftist pharmacists who work at drugstore chains would often report physicians prescribing the two drugs. The Texas Medical Board (TMB) slapped her with corrective action – including a $500 fine and an admonishment telling her to give patients a more extensive disclaimer and consent form when prescribing.

Immanuel remains unfazed despite attacks by Big Pharma operatives

The Texas physician added that Houston Chronicle reporter Julian Gill wrote an article about her upon finding out TMB's move. "The way he makes [his article] sound, what this does is that doctors that have been thinking about taking care of patients, they're [going to] be like 'Oh my God, Dr. Immanuel is being attacked [and there's] trouble with her license,'" she said.

Gill wrote about the doctor's sanction in a Nov. 1 article for the paper. His article alleged that Immanuel prescribed HCQ to a patient who had COVID-19 "without adequately explaining the health consequences." Gill also noted that COVID-19 patients who took HCQ "experienced no meaningful benefit" from it. (Related: Media in Big Pharma's pocket, attacks physicians who promote cheap, effective, early treatment options for COVID-19.)

Immanuel clarified that her license was never compromised by the TMB's corrective action. She told Adams: "This is not a big deal at all. [TMB] did their job. They have to investigate every complaint that comes through, and they did their job; they were gracious. I gave them the paperwork they needed, [and] they concluded that I didn't do anything wrong. All I needed to do was upgrade my consent form to what they think we should use, [and] that's fine – we'll do that.

"I don't know [who] Gill is. [Maybe he's] one of those people that want to increase fear-mongering among Texans. When they run this, their whole idea is to intimidate doctors that want to see patients. Things like this don't stop me. I'm in this fight to win it, I'm in this fight for the American people.

"What is wrong with [the] Houston Chronicle … and Gill? Do they hate people? Do they want people to die? Because [Gill] cannot be in the hospital killing people, he can be outside trying to intimidate me and [other] doctors? Heck no."

The Health Ranger said the newspaper is part of media outlets controlled by Big Pharma. Adams said: "The Houston Chronicle is just like USA Today, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune and so on. They are part of the pharma-controlled media. Their narratives are written for them by Big Pharma – they are given a script and told what to write." (Related: Big Pharma vaccine billionaire just bought the LA Times… yet another example of the media being run by pharma.)

"Now, these reporters who write these hit pieces try to attack doctors like yourself and people like myself. These so-called journalists … trade their souls for a paycheck, while they're claiming that you are the problem. But you know, God's going to dish out the consequences for all of this," he added.

Watch the full Nov. 11 episode of the "Health Ranger Report" with Dr. Stella Immanuel below. "Health Ranger Report" with Mike Adams airs every weekday afternoon at 3-3:30 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.

NewsCartels.com has more articles about Big Pharma-controlled reporters smearing Dr. Stella Immanuel and other physicians.

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