President Donald Trump’s love of conspiracy theories and theorists may have hit a peak with his new favorite Covid-19 doctor, Stella Immanuel. Not just anti-mask and pro-hydroxychloroquine, Immanuel also believes that alien DNA is regularly used in medical treatments and that dream sex with demons is responsible for gynecological problems. Oh, yeah, and that demons “join you” if you masturbate. The memes practically wrote themselves.
Demon sperm memes
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Naturally, the words demon sperm, as well as demon semen, got most of the attention online. The hashtags trended on Twitter after Trump retweeted a video earlier this week that showed Immanuel and other doctors pushing hydroxychloroquine as a Covid-19 treatment. The video was quickly removed from Twitter and other social sites for promoting false information. But that didn’t stop people from making memes about the doctor’s claims.
Many people jumped on the obvious zinger that Trump and his children are the results of the so-called demon semen.
One meme posits that Trump is the result of the mingling of demon semen and alien DNA, labelling his mother the alien to his demon father.
While another meme suggests asking Melania Trump about the whole issue.
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