Compelling Evidence Backs Claim That Demon Sperm Caused Stephen Miller

As physicians who are not Dr. Stella Immanuel sought to assure their patients that demon sperm does not cause gynecological ailments like cysts and endometriosis, the American Medical Association issued a statement today clarifying that not all the claims made about demon sperm are totally preposterous.

“We can confirm the rumor that demon sperm caused Stephen Miller appears to be backed up by the data.”

They point to a number of clinical and psychological indicators, as well as anything Miller has ever done or said as a member of the Trump administration, as compelling evidence that demon sperm is the cause.

“And then there’s his appearance of course.”

Though there’s no evidence that being Stephen Miller is a contagious condition, they still advise the public to keep their distance.

“Because why wouldn’t you?”


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