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controversial claims Former Xpose presenter says people are being blackmailed into getting the Covid jab in anti-vax rant

The ex-TV3 star said: 'You don't come near my kids with an experimental drug.'


Former Xpose presenter Aisling O’Loughlin has taken to Instagram to describe the vaccination programme is "the biggest scandal the world has ever seen."

The mother-of-three, who now lives in France with her sons, has already spoken out about why she would refuse the vaccine.

But in a new video shared online she expresses her anger at what she describes as a “blackmail” approach to make her get the jab against coronavirus.

She starts off the video by saying: “Yeah, I think we're at the point where we need to call this for what it is, and use our voice and not be afraid anymore, and that involves breaking free from this.

“Some people have said I’m doing all this as a self-aggrandizing mission - yeah right, I’ll tell what I’m doing this for, I’m doing this for my kids.

“You don't come near my kids with an experimental drug, you don't come near me with an experimental drug.

"You don't blackmail me and tell me that if I don't get this experimental drug injected into my children, injected into me, that then I can't go back and see my family in Ireland.

“That's my baseline and that's my motive,” she adds.

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Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin

Despite the ex-presenter's claims, vaccines have been tested extensively by medical officals across the world and have proven highly effective in reducing the spread of Covid-19 and reducing deaths.

Aisling has also claimed the lockdown has had a serious impact on Irish people's health.

“I'm also a very proud Irish woman and I care deeply about the Irish people and I care deeply about the suffering they've endured and I think this is the biggest scandal the world has ever, ever seen,” she said in the clip.

Aisling was a presenter on TV3's daily entertainment news show Xposé from when it first launched April 2007 until November 2016.

Aishling, who describes herself as a “Momma of three wild boys, Irish living in Provence..Columnist, journalist and lover of freedom', has added the hashtags #idonotconsent #novaccinepassports to her Instagram profile.

In a previous post she also described her discomfort at the fact her children have to wear masks while attending school.

She starts off this video by saying, “I just want to throw my tuppence worth in, regarding the masks for children. I'm thrilled,” she says, referring to the lockdown where she lives, “because it means my kids don't have to wear masks every day in school.

“The two older boys do, the little fellow was off the hook, (and) it was heartbreaking looking at children wearing masks and also the other children also telling the kids to pull up their masks, to make sure that nobody was breathing, and the teachers reinforcing that.

“The kids were gasping for breath and just from a personal perspective,

"I'm not a doctor, we have to say that now, I'm not a doctor, but I still have an opinion, yeah?

"I still have an opinion. Breathing in your own waste air all day long..what’s that about? I mean it can't be good.

“We breathe for a reason, we have a nose and a mouth for a reason, breathe in breathe out, (and) breathing in your own carbon dioxide all day long..surely to God that’s not good for you.

"This is France, the poor children (are) stuck with their masks on and then coming out the gates ..their parents with their masks of. I’m just so happy we've got this month off to breathe be free and also think about what the hell is going on.”

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Aisling O’Loughlin

Aisling O’Loughlin

Despite Aisling's views, the World Health Organisation has said that wearing face coverings do not reduce oxygen intake.

The World Health Organization and the HSE both recommend the use of masks to help curb the spread of the virus.

There is widespread scientific evidence to show that masks can help to reduce the spread of infections

She also spoken out about the vaccine and her objections to it in a previous post on her Instagram stories.

“We know this so called vaccine is in the experimental stages. You don't have to get it, there's legal help and help is on the way. This is a time not to be frightened, banish all fear and remember you are fully in charge of your body.”

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