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'Not going anywhere' Aisling O'Loughlin describes her ban from Instagram as 'alarming' as she moves to Telegram app

Describing herself as a “truthseeker” on the platform, she has shared a number of memes and videos to her 2,058 subscribers.

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Former Xposé presenter Aisling O’Loughlin has described her ban from Instagram as "alarming" and has vowed to continue to spread her anti-vax message.

Ms O’Loughlin is continuing to reach her followers via the encrypted messaging app Telegram after being banned from Instagram for spreading false information..

The ex-TV3 star has been using the instant messaging software to share anti-vaccination viewpoints with her followers.

Describing herself as a “truthseeker” on the platform, she has shared a number of memes and videos to her 2,058 subscribers.

In her most recent video, Ms O’Loughlin faced the camera as she spoke about her Instagram account being taken down.

“I didn’t mean to go all quiet on you the past few days. I know a lot has happened.

"So, I’ve finally been banned from Instagram. I mean, it was coming so not too surprised.

“But I think we got a lot done... We pumped out a lot of information that I think people really needed to hear and deserved to hear, especially if you’re going to take part in an experimental injection.

“I think as well, what happened with my Insta, I kind of welcome it in a sense that it’s a symbol of the way freedom of speech, free debate, open debate is being shut down.

“I think it’s alarming, I think we should be alarmed, I hope you’re alarmed out there and aren’t falling for the propaganda out there.”

She added that she’s “not going anywhere” and is going to “come up with a new plan” to spread her message.

O’Loughlin’s move to Telegram comes after she was banned from Instagram for spreading false information.

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Earlier this week, the conspiracy theorist posted a video on her profile in which she made comments regarding the collapse of footballer Christian Eriksen last week.

She said it was a “justifiable question” to ask if Eriksen’s cardiac arrest was “related to the jab or the so-called vaccination” and previously described the vaccination programme as “the biggest scandal the world has ever seen.”

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