Aisling O’Loughlin Instagram: The moderator’s page disappears after Christian Eriksen’s comments

An Instagram page set up by controversial commentator Aisling O’Loughlin is no longer available.

Ollowers attempting to access the site are greeted with the message: “Sorry, this page is not available.

“The link you followed might be broken, or the page might have been removed. Go back to Instagram.”

Yesterday, the former Xpose presenter posted a video on the site commenting on the collapse of footballer Christian Eriksen during a game on Saturday.

She said it was a “reasonable question” whether Eriksen’s cardiac arrest was “related to the vaccination or the so-called vaccination”.

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Aisling O’Loughlin’s Instagram page is no longer available

Aisling O’Loughlin’s Instagram page is no longer available

Ms O’Loughlin, who previously described the vaccination program as “the biggest scandal the world has ever seen”, said: “We are talking about Christian Eriksen, he is only 29, the Dane who has been on the pitch after a heart attack has fallen.

“We’re just talking about whether it’s a fair question to bring it to the public, did it have to do with vaccination or what is called vaccination? Well, I would say that given what is happening around the world and all the evidence that originally came from Israel about the effects of the so-called vaccine on teenage young men and boys, it is perfectly justified. “

She also referred to Inter Milan director Giuseppe Marotta (where Eriksen plays club football) who, she says, “came out and said Christian had never had Covid and he hadn’t been vaccinated. Okay, I was fine, maybe I would like to hear it from the horse’s mouth.

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Denmark's Christian Eriksen (David Davies / PA)

Denmark’s Christian Eriksen (David Davies / PA)

Denmark’s Christian Eriksen (David Davies / PA)

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

“He thought the vaccine could result in worse consequences than Covid itself. Fair, perfectly fair and all backed with evidence, and he had to withdraw quickly.

“He had to come out very soon after and say no in a tweet, I want the vaccine. It’s really suspicious because we know it’s not his thoughts, but he had to say that officially. “

The post drew some criticism on other social media, with some users criticizing her for using “a tragedy like this to push her antivax agenda” as a “new low”.

Radio DJ Jeremy Dixon tweeted, “I have to shout this out because nobody seems to want it. Aisling O’Loughlin is now trying to link what happened to #ChristianEriksen to the Covid vaccine is absolutely despicable, her antivax agenda is a new low. “

In May, O’Loughlin said she could “move on” after recent posts on her Instagram page were censored by the social media platform.

Some of their posts were labeled “Incorrect Information”.

A “see why” option brings social media users to a page hosted by which explains how a number of false and misleading claims about Covid-19 and vaccines were made by Irish Instagram users.

In one of the videos with a hint, she says, “Just one more thing. I want to thank everyone who took the trouble to find me because I no longer have priority, I was shadow” -banned, as reported by approved.

“But at the same time, I thank Instagram for continuing to host me. People keep finding me against all odds. You have to enter my full name and nobody spells my name correctly, so I’m at the bottom of the list, but people are still calling . “

She adds in another video how she could switch to another platform.

“I figured if I lose the platform I think I’ll keep going,” she says. “It’ll be a sign that I’ve outgrown Instagram and it’s time to move. So I am not sure if I will create a backup account. I don’t think so … I think I’ll just find another place.

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

The outspoken mother of three, who now lives in France with her sons, previously commented on why she would refuse the vaccine and expressed her anger over what she called “blackmail” to get her to oppose the vaccine inject the coronavirus.

In previous videos she said, “You don’t get near my children with an experimental drug, you don’t get near me with an experimental drug

“They don’t blackmail me and tell me that if I don’t get this experimental drug injected into my children, I can’t go back and visit my family in Ireland.

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

This is despite the fact that vaccines have been extensively tested by medical officials around the world and have been shown to be highly effective in reducing the spread of Covid-19 and reducing deaths.

She has also described her discomfort that her children have to wear masks while attending school in France

“This is France, the poor children (are) stuck with their masks and then come out the gates … their parents with their masks. I’m just so glad that we have this month off to breathe freely and think also about what the hell is going on. “

However, the World Health Organization has said that wearing face covers does not reduce oxygen uptake

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

There is widespread scientific evidence that masks can help reduce the spread of infection.

O’Loughlin was also forced to mention in one of her posts a comment she made regarding Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi Minister of Propaganda in World War II.

In one of the clips, she says she wants to “address a little blowback about a comment” she posted about the infamous Nazi politician.

“It was a quote that said that if you tell a big lie and repeat it, people will start to believe it,” she quotes the infamous line often attributed to the Nazi minister.

“People are now saying that I align myself with Nazi values… No, the point of this comment, and the point I would certainly make, is that Nazi techniques are certainly being used right now.

“We’re in some kind of totalitarian regime where we’ve all given up our powers and there’s a hell of a lot of propaganda used, so I’m not going to shirk the use of Nazi terminology. And not because I’m leaning on Nazi terminology, no. “

A link to their censored videos will take users to a page hosted by

“As we reported, former television host Aisling O’Loughlin is gaining a significant new following by spreading the same messages – including videos that appear to undermine the use of vaccines and certain health measures to fight Covid-19,” “It says .

“Videos shared from accounts like O’Loughlin ‘s often contain claims that are misleading, untrue, or inconclusive – or misrepresent the facts or lack important contextual information.”

The page then offers a breakdown of some of the most common claims on Irish Instagram and explanations for why they are false or misleading.

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