Facebook Deletes Page of MFM Pastor Over COVID-19 Scam Allegations
Social media giant Facebook has deleted the page of Nigerian-American physician, Dr. Stella Emmanuel, who said on Monday that she used hydroxychloroquine, zinc and Zithroma to cure 350 COVID-19 patients and recorded zero fatality.
The Houston, Texas-based doctor stated Tuesday morning that she lost all her videos when the page was yanked off the social media platform after she posted videos of her claim.
Facebook has faced criticisms recently for allegedly displaying left-wing bias and suppressing conservative voices and viewpoints on its platform.
Popular conservative commentator and political activist, Candace Owens had threatened to sue the company over what she called discriminatory policy targeting conservative thought leaders.
Like Owens, Dr. Emmanuel is an admirer of President Donald Trump, who has also often accused Facebook, Twitter and other social media giants of silencing conservative voices.
Dr. Emmanuel is a fire-brand pentecostal pastor and spiritual daughter of General Overseer of the Mountain of Fire and Miracles Ministries (MFM), Dr. D.K. Olukoya. She runs Fire Power Ministries located in Katy, Texas.
She wrote, “Hello Facebook put back my profile page and videos up or your computers (will) start crashing till you do. You are not bigger (than) God. I promise you. If my page is not back up face book will be down in Jesus name.”