I have covered Genesis Church of Health and healing extensively. I'm very familiar with all the players and lunatics pushing this crap. Danny is just a derp that latches on to everyone else's "cures" and presents them as his own. Even his turpentine BS is from Jennifer Daniels - a now defunct doctor hiding out in Panama to avoid prosecution in the US for giving her patients turpentine.I've seen him mention MMS on his Facebook page and he's made a number of videos in the past shilling for it, but he seems more interested in pushing his turpentine "therapy" right now. He has also gone to bat for Jim Humble of the Church of Genesis II, the inventor of MMS. Though I don't think he's a member of said bleach cult.
Incidentally, we have a thread on MMS and the Church of Genesis II bleach cult. There's quite a few persons of interest in there - Jim himself, Leonardo Edwards who bleached his baby (!!!), Carlos Galindo Navarrete, Kerri Rivera (a copy of whose book "Healing the Symptoms known as Autism" I managed to snag in PDF form) etc.
I'm betting that it's only trending because Bitchute has like 6 users. I'd literally never heard of it until this wanker mentioned it. That said, I might have a play around with youtube-dl and see if it wants to have a chew on this site. I find it really important to have people like this archived. Most cows are more or less harmless. This guy isn't, and his medical advice, which he is not trained to dispense, is going to get someone killed.
Tennis balls? Damn, that's a narrow interest. I bet your dog is mostly non-verbal, too. Be brave.So my pets are autistic now? Is that why one of my dogs is obsessed with tennis balls and the other is obsessed with a certain plush squeaky toy? Damn, I just thought those were their preferences, turns out they're crazy. Guess I need to wait for his 'how to feed turpentine to your pets' video. I'm sure that will set them straight.