When Dr. Stella Immanuel stepped to the microphone in Anaheim, California, in mid-July at the ReAwaken America rally, the atmosphere changed from political rally to church service. Already the crowd of enthusiastic conservatives brought together by Clay Clark cheered in anticipation of speakers such as Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Lt. Gen. Mike Flynn, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, Dr. Sherry Tenpenny, Julie Mikovits and others.
Immanuel, originally from Cameroon but practicing in Houston, Texas, is one of the Frontline doctors who believe alternative treatments actually help COVID-19 patients get well; they also question the vaccine’s effectiveness. For this they have been consistently canceled by the medical establishment and the secular media. I included a chapter in my new book, God and Cancel Culture, called “Controlling People Through COVID-19,” and one of my main sources was my May podcast interview with Immanuel.
Not only is Immanuel a successful physician with an active practice, but she is also a Spirit-filled Christian, a prophet and the founder of Fire Power Ministries in Katy, Texas. She devotes her life and resources to teaching believers to identify sources of spiritual weakness, deception and defeat to learn strategies of warfare to enable them to get and maintain their freedom. In Anaheim, Dr. Immanuel moved into spiritual warfare. “The church is the only entity that can fight this battle, and we have been missing in action,” she said, in full preacher mode. She added a spiritual dimension to the ReAwaken America tour.
At the rally in Grand Rapids, Michigan, which took place in mid-August when this issue was mailed, I joined the tour to speak on cancel culture. I also hosted my first meet and greet, and I look forward to future events in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Sept. 24-25, and San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 11-13.
I watched the eight-hour Anaheim event online, and I thought Immanuel was the most exciting speaker there. As I did further study on the truth behind the cancel culture’s lies, I became persuaded she had a message to get out. So when she approached me about publishing her new book, Let America Live: Exposing the Hidden Agenda Behind the 2020 Pandemic: My Journey, I was excited to do so—even though no other publisher would touch it.
Even some of my staff said publishing the book was too risky because we might get in the crosshairs of the cancel culture crowd. But I read the manuscript and realized it’s a carefully researched book and will open many people’s eyes to the cancel culture. Charisma will cover it more extensively next month and online after her book releases Oct. 5.
Immanuel has treated more than 7,000 corona-virus-infected or symptomatic patients at her Houston clinic and online via telemedicine, and of that number only eight have died—all of whom were in advanced stages of the disease.
In her book, she writes: “These results beg the question, why have the United States government and the Centers for Disease Control made a concerted effort to conceal the truth about hydroxychloroquine, arguably COVID-19’s most effective treatment? Not only have government-sponsored and political organizations been trying to pull the wool over our nation’s collective eyes concerning hydroxychloroquine, going so far as to mock, discredit and even villainize those who, like me, have become vocal advocates of it, but I am now fully convinced that there exists an evil, diabolical conspiracy of widespread cover-up and misinformation to mislead Americans—and people around the world—concerning the truth about COVID-19, including where it came from and how to treat it.”
I hope you will want to read this important book and plan to attend one of Clark’s ReAwaken America tours. Register to obtain your tickets at this link, reawakenamerica.charismamag.com, and receive special pricing and the opportunity to attend a meet and greet with me when a member of Clark’s team calls you. I’d love to meet you and give you a copy of my new book, God and Cancel Culture.
Stephen E. Strang is the founding editor of Charisma. His new book, God and Cancel Culture, releases Sept. 7.
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