After the America’s Frontline Doctors video went viral and then was taken down from Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, the group’s Squarespace website now brings back an error message when visited, noting that the website is “Expired.”
The Domain Now Simply Gives a ‘Website Expired’ Error Message
The website was working earlier today when Heavy checked, but it appears to be down as of early Tuesday afternoon. A “Website Expired” error message from Squarespace appears when visiting the domain. It reads: “This account has expired. If you are the site owner, click below to login.” And just below the note is an “Owner Login” button.
It’s not clear at this time if the site legitimately expired or if Squarespace took the site down after the video was removed on numerous social media sites. CNN reported that the video connected to the group was removed from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
According to ICANN, the domain’s owner and phone number are private. The domain was just registered on July 16, 2020 and isn’t set to expire until July 16, 2021.
The video has been taken down in many locations, but can still be watched on some privately owned websites.
Squarespace itself is having no issues right now, according to DownDetector, so that did not play a role in the site being down.
Before it stopped working, the website had the video on its homepage, as you can see in archives of the site.
The website listed all the people involved in the America’s Frontline Doctors organization.
It also had bios for all the people who spoke in the video, which you can see in the archived screenshots below.
The site also listed two Reference papers. One was a whitepaper about hydroxychloroquine and one was a compendium of HCQ studies.
Other Websites Related to Dr. Stella Immanuel Are Also Down
The Fire Power Ministry website currently just gives an error message that reads, “Error establishing a database connection.” You can see the archived version on Internet Archive here. The main site, which was Firepowerministries.org, redirected to FirepowerMinistry.org/blog. You can see an archived version of that page here. The section with video messages by Immanuel is here. This is where some of the videos about deliverance from “spirit husbands” and “spirit wives” could be found. Her YouTube channel with the videos is still online at the moment.
The website DrStella.org is also down and simply returns an error message that reads: “This site can’t be reached. DrStella.org’s server IP address could not be found.” The archived version of the site is here. It was last archived on January 21, 2020.
Another website that linked to one of her publications wasn’t working earlier but now seems to be working again. It’s not known if the websites might have gone down from so many people accessing links for the viral videos or if they were purposefully taken down.
This is a developing story.