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Aisling O'Loughlin implies being close to a vaccinated person may cause health issues

Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O'Loughlin

Aisling O’Loughlin has implied that being near someone who has had a Covid vaccine may cause health defects in her latest video, before revealing that she did a PCR test.

The former Xposé star has moved to the encrypted messaging platform Telegram to reach her followers after getting banned from Instagram for spreading false information.

Describing herself as a “truthseeker” in her bio, she shares numerous anti-vax photos and videos to her 2,480 subscribers.

In her latest video, the former presenter said that the public’s attitude towards the pandemic is “really tragic” and encouraged her followers to ask people suffering from health problems if they have had the vaccine or been in contact with anyone who has been vaccinated.

“People feel informed but I’m looking at what’s in the newspapers and the radio and the constant propaganda, everywhere you turn it’s there. There’s a constant reminder of this so-called pandemic... it’s really tragic.

“People aren’t asking the question, ‘Have they been jabbed?’ Ask that if something’s going down, a blood clot, a stroke, headaches, irregular menstrual cycles, rashes, any of that stuff. Ask has that person been jabbed. Have they been around anyone that’s been jabbed?”

She then – somewhat shockingly - revealed that sometimes she wears a face covering on public transport, before confirming that she took a PCR test before arriving back in Ireland from Paris this week.

“Did I get the PCR? Yes, I got it. I suppose you could say I was informed, unlike so many others.

“I got it and I didn’t like it... anyway, I didn’t have it, whatever it is,” she added.

Ms O’Loughlin also spoke about her recent Instagram ban, saying that she “didn’t get a reason” for her account being suspended.

“I got banned just as I was flying into Ireland. I got banned on Instagram... I’ve never been banned before because I used to just talk [nonsense] on Instagram and that was what they want you to do, just show sunsets and your outfit and you’re fine but if you want to talk about the real stuff, freedom of expression and exchange of ideas, which is what I’m about, then no.

“I suppose it was coming but I didn’t get a reason.

“For anyone that was thinking it was because I was spreading disinformation, I hope you realise what’s happening now or are even just a bit more suspicious of these so-called fact checkers and just how sinister it is.

“They think I’m mad, but they’re the ones who’ve gotten the experimental injection, so who’s the mad one?”

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