Former XposÃ© presenter Aisling O’Loughlin has described her ban on Instagram as “alarming” and vowed to continue spreading her anti-Vax message.
s O’Loughlin continues to reach her followers through the encrypted messaging app Telegram after she was banned from Instagram for spreading false information.
The ex-TV3 star used the instant messaging software to share her views on anti-vaccination campaigners with her followers.
She describes herself on the platform as a âtruth seekerâ and has shared a series of memes and videos with her 2,058 subscribers.
In her latest video, Ms. O’Loughlin was in front of the camera talking about removing her Instagram account.
âI didn’t mean to put you down the last few days. I know a lot has happened.
“Well, I finally got banned from Instagram. I mean, so it didn’t come as too much of a surprise.
âBut I think we’ve done a lot … we’ve pumped out a lot of information that I think people really deserve to hear, especially when you’re doing an experimental injection.
âI also think what happened to my Insta, I kind of welcome it in the sense that it’s a symbol of how freedom of expression, free debate and open debate are closed.
“I think it’s alarming, I think we should be alarmed. I hope you are alarmed out there and don’t fall for the propaganda out there.”
She added that she was “going nowhere” and “coming up with a new plan” to get her message across.
O’Loughlin’s move to Telegram comes after she was banned from Instagram for spreading false information.
Earlier this week, the conspiracy theorist posted a video on her profile in which she commented on the breakdown of footballer Christian Eriksen over the past week.
She said it was a “reasonable question” whether Eriksen’s cardiac arrest was “related to vaccination or so-called vaccination” and previously described the vaccination program as “the biggest scandal the world has ever seen”.
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