Dr Stella Immanuel believes Jesus will destroy Facebook’s servers after the site deleted a video in which she claims hydroxychloroquine cures coronavirus.

The Houston pediatrician made headlines across America after President Trump retweeted the video, before it was removed from Twitter and Facebook.

Now Immanuel – who also believes demon sex causes sickness and that reptilians help run the government – thinks God is poised to strike down the social media site.

Dr Stella Immanuel claimed in a viral video (pictured) that hydroxychloroquine is a coronavirus cure that is being suppressed by the government – before the footage was taken down

She now believes that Facebook - which was first to remove the footage - is facing divine retribution and that Jesus will shut down their servers

She now believes that Facebook – which was first to remove the footage – is facing divine retribution and that Jesus will shut down their servers

She tweeted: ‘Hello Facebook put back my profile page and videos up or your computers with start crashing till you do.

‘You are not bigger that God. I promise you. If my page is not back up Facebook will be down in Jesus name.’

The video shows Immanuel and a group of other doctors standing in front of the US Supreme Court building for a ‘press conference’ on coronavirus.

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