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Aisling O’Loughlin says it is 'justifiable' to ask if Christian Eriksen's collapse was 'related to the jab'

Former Xpose presenter has previously described the vaccination programme as 'the biggest scandal the world has ever seen'

Aisling O'Loughlin

Neil Fetherstonhaugh

Former Xpose presenter Aisling O’Loughlin says it was a “ justifiable question” to ask if the collapse of footballer Christian Eriksen was “related to the jab or the so-called vaccination”.

Ms O’Loughlin who has previously described the vaccination programme as "the biggest scandal the world has ever seen”, made the comments in a new post to her Instagram page.

The Danish midfielder collapsed after suffering a cardiac arrest during his team's opening Euro 2020 game.

The 29-year-old had to be resuscitated on the pitch but has posted a picture from his hospital bed where he is recovering.

Taking to Instagram, Ms O’Loughlin said: “We’re talking about Christian Eriksen, he’s only 29, the Danish guy who dropped on the pitch from a heart attack.

“We're just talking about whether it's a justifiable question to put it out there, was it related to the jab or the so called vaccination?

Denmark’s Christian Eriksen receives medical treatment (Martin Meissner/AP)

"Now, I would say it's absolutely justifiable in light of what is going on globally and all the evidence that has come initially from Israel about the effects of the so-called vaccine with young men and teenage boys.

“So it's very much a justifiable question, did he have the jab? Because we know how much pressure these young sportspeople, these guys are top of their game, sports men and women and the guys on the way up as well, they are under immense pressure to get jabbed, to get this experiment, an experiment put in them that is having devastating consequences all over the world.

“So I absolutely think it's a justifiable question. Those two tweets that went out initially had to be retracted which raised alarm bells for me. Like, why were they retracted? Is there money involved? Is it because these guys have so much money that they are controlling the narrative? And they could pull the plug on advertising and sponsorship and all that kind of thing, so that was my initial reaction.”

Ms O’Loughlin maintains her stance despite the fact that vaccines have been tested extensively by medical officials across the world and have proven highly effective in reducing the spread of Covid-19 and reducing deaths.

She also refers to Inter Milan director Giuseppe Marotta, (where Eriksen plays club football) who she says, “came out and he said Christian had never had Covid and he wasn't vaccinated. Okay, so I was like alright well maybe, I'd like to hear it from the horse’s mouth.

“But even at that, remember Juventus defender (Matthijs de Ligt) so he's like 21 and he’s at the peak of his health and he came out and said my body, my choice kind of thing and that he didn't quite trust the vaccine.

“He thought the vaccine might lead to worse consequences than Covid itself. Fair, absolutely fair, and all backed up by evidence and he had to beat a hasty retreat.

“He had to come out like very shortly afterwards and say no I want the vaccine, in a tweet. It's really suspicious because we know that they're not his thoughts but he had to say that officially.

“So, it makes you suspicious of the whole thing, of course it does. So you have to keep asking questions and we will keep asking questions. I think they're absolutely justifiable in light of what is going on and the mounting evidence against his experimental jab.”

Inter Milan director Giuseppe Marotti has said that midfielder Eriksen did not contract Covid-19 while the Italian club's doctor said he had not shown signs of a health issue.

Marotti told Rai Sport: "He didn't have COVID and wasn't vaccinated either."

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