What A Complete Aisling Hit Piece

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From top: Television presenter Aisling O’Loughlin (right); The Journal website; Aisling’s latest Instagram

‘….unlike many conspiracy theorists who have come to the fore in Ireland, O’Loughlin’s method of communication is somewhat novel here.

Rather than posting angry diatribes against global elites, she speaks in a calm, personal tone, advocating choice and understanding for those who are vaccine hesitant.

The opinions of those in favour of vaccines are sometimes sought, which presents an illusion of balance.

She uses phrases like “my body, my choice” – a slogan previously associated with the abortion referendum in 2018.

Her video messages also reference her status as a parent, framing her views as those of a concerned mother rather than a conspiracy theorist. And false and misleading claims are posed as questions, a subtle move that allows misinformation to be shared without being an outright lie.’

Later…

Although O’Loughlin is not an outward advocate for any specific alternative remedies, many of those who follow her and agree with her views are.

The Journal monitored dozens of Instagram pages which shared O’Loughlin’s videos in recent weeks and analysed accounts which liked her posts and posted supportive messages on her feed.

Supporters of her message included people who described themselves as holistic nutrition coaches, wellness advocates, energy healers, acupuncturists, homeopaths and massage therapists.

Later…

For now, O’Loughlin’s account remains active and despite being de-prioritised by Facebook, is easily accessible. She did not return requests for an interview or comment on her use of Instagram. In a recent post, she said she did not align herself with any political movement or tactics but aligns herself to “love” and “the question of truth and justice”

‘My body, my choice’: How some Irish wellness Instagram accounts became a hotbed of Covid-19 misinformation (The Journal)

KN writes:

…a really vicious article on Aisling O’Loughlin in The Journal. Regardless of where you stand [on Covid] this is pretty disgraceful…and probably why she seems to be the only Irish celebrity to openly question what is going on.

That’ll learn her.

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90 thoughts on “What A Complete Aisling Hit Piece

    1. GiggigyGoo

      They disallow comments on many of these type of articles. Also their ‘fact checks’ aren’t. FFG cheerleaders.

  1. fluffybiscuits

    Yer wan is an influencer sort ain’t she

    Bad publicity is better than no publicity

    People are not forced to take the jab but we cant have people posing a risk till we know more

    Every cause attracts some martyr who is always good at talking the talk…Le Pen in France used left language to reel in voters to a right wing cause

    Aisling is fair game, you put yourself out there like that , you gotta expect to be in the firing line

  2. goldenbrown

    “Aisling is fair game, you put yourself out there like that , you gotta expect to be in the firing line”

    yep, precisely this

    I’ll never ever for the life of me understand what it is that people don’t get about this kind of contract exactly

  3. Joe

    The insidious danger of promoting anti-vaccine nonsense using false and misleading claims posing as questions, is very similar to the techniques of the vile anti-vax , anti-gay rights and anti abortion movement of the far-right in America. They utilised the same techniques here during the referendums and their flag wavers did the same here. The Aisling’s of the world run the risk of spreading coronavirus to large numbers of often vulnerable people but what is a few deaths to them.
    She should be ashamed of herself.

    1. eoin

      Wow. ‘I’m not sure I want to take the vax. I have doubts’
      REEEE!!!!! FAR RIGHT!!! ANTI-LGBT!!! FASCIST!!!!AAAAARGH!!!!

      Lunatic.

      1. SB

        No. Just don’t take the vaccine, if you don’t want to. Don’t encourage other people not to by lying, or “asking [proven wrong] questions”.

      2. Ronan

        There is a difference between having personal doubts, and using a platform built up otherwise (in this case being a TV3 celebrity) to spread and sow that doubt in others.

        1. K. Cavan

          Ronan, people are entitled to their opinion, even when it differs from yours & while this woman is a minor celeb (never heard of here before these videos), the Oscars has become unwatchable because Film Stars can’t STFU about their Woke kindergarten politics, so you’re barking up the wrong tree there, as well.

          1. j9

            You say people are entitled to their opinion … but you think SOME people need to “STFU” because their opinion differs from yours … OK ….

  4. eoin

    The state and media have utterly failed to address many people concerns and questions. If people protest they get labelled, if the question, they get labelled and if they suggest an alternative view…labelled. Well good luck with this approach. It’s unscientific to evade discussion and it’s making the media and states authority even less relevant. Good for Aisling.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      If you’re getting your information from some Insta Influencer, then you deserved to get labelled.

    2. fluffybiscuits

      What concerns? You have a 0.0007% chance of getting a clot, its decimated old people and we all have to be responsible? With my own mental health faltering at times even I realise this….people just dont want to take responsibility for their own actions and thus want to be absolved. Here we have some woman attempting to be relevant whinging because her nonsense is criticised..

      1. K. Cavan

        Fluffy, the pandemic that wasn’t a pandemic is over, there’s 117 people in hospital, with severe infections, there’s more than that in with appendicitis. Would you risk death for a jab that the manufacturers claim ”it is reasonable to believe will reduce symptoms” of appendicitis? Well, maybe you would but people have the right (that’s a RIGHT, right?) to make their own healthcare choices, even if they’re different from yours. As for ”decimate”, get outta here, even using it’s correct meaning would be to claim it’s killed 10% of our elderly, total nonsense.

    3. Darren

      Agree.. the gap is not exactly narrow .. from all out fear of a bill Gates global control planet B .. to women whose maternal instinct and meaured sense of what is healthy and good.. the government media and wider population are happy to call Shame on the outliers whatever the issue is so it’s interesting that these voices are not gone anywer. . They just know where their opinions are not wanted.. doesn’t mean they don’t exist .. politics in ireland for a new generation ..

    4. Junkface

      I mean she did say “my body, my choice”, during a Pandemic! Its not just your body affected by your choice you pinhead, your choice affects other peoples bodies. Imagine this logic during the AIDS crisis in the 80’s? Two people decide to have sex, the man refuses to wear a condom and says “my body, my choice.” What do these types like Aisling not understand about public health? The mind boggles.

      1. Sam

        It’s not just your body during an abortion either but sounds like you’re cool with that

      2. K. Cavan

        A Pandemic kills everybody, that’s what the pan part means, this was not a pandemic, just a Common Cold virus, which like every other Novel Coronavirus before it, is now endemic. The Pandemic, luckily, never happened but nothing our Health Authorities did was anything but counterproductive, because they wanted to ”use the Pandemic as an opportunity to reimagine our entire political & financial system” blah, blah, blah, saving lives was not their priority, it was selling products from the companies they have shares in & who will employ them, when the politicians hang them out to dry.

          1. K. Cavan

            The ”Pan” part of pandemic means it kills everybody, Nigel and with 93% of deaths in the over 65’s and a grand total of 2 under 25’s dead, there are huge differences across the age range. That, by definition, means it’s not a Pandemic. ”Real Pandemic”, well that is your own addition, which is quite telling, Freudian Slip? You know it’s fake?

        1. j9

          No – a pandemic does not “kill everybody”. The “Pan” part just means it’s worldwide. “A pandemic is defined as “an epidemic occurring worldwide, or over a very wide area, crossing international boundaries and usually affecting a large number of people”. The classical definition includes nothing about population immunity, virology or disease severity.” You are very confident in your opinion on something that you don’t even know the correct definition of. You are talking through your h00p.

          1. K. Cavan

            Nobody suggests Influenza jabs for kids because they might spread the flu to Granny, that would be crazy. You can’t shut down society because people are dying, that’s a normal part of life, yet the Covid Cultists DO suggest giving experimental gene therapy to kids, for an illness that has virtually no risk for kids, on that exact basis. You can find multiple definitions, ”Epidemic over a wide geographic area and affecting a large proportion of the population”, for example. Try checking to see when the ”definition” you quote was edited, that’ll tell you something. If you are in favour of vaccines but don’t believe people should be forced to take them, you are now, according to the Mirriam Webster ”dictionary” a ”Vaccine Sceptic”. What’s coming down the line is not a couple of jabs for Sars02, it’s Bill Gates’ vision of a Decade Of Vaccines, with the express aim of reducing the world’s population, while making it healthier, of course. People will realise this, eventually, maybe the 20th or 30th jab, for a disease they’ve never encountered, will start to wake them up, just before they snuff it. The world would be a much better place with half the humans dead, that’s undeniable and if you think that’s not foremost in the minds of the Elites, who don’t plan on being part of the unlucky half, I reckon you’re being unbelievably naive. I myself don’t want a jab & I can’t deny that the more people who die from the jabs, the more likely it is that my desire will be satisfied & I’m a far nicer guy than Mr Gall Bites or Klaus ”Anal” Schwab. I don’t WANT those people to die but…

          2. K. Cavan

            J9…..from Greek πᾶν, pan, “all” & δῆμος, demos, “local people”
            Again, pan/demos = all/people.
            The WHO will consider something a pandemic if it’s in more than two countries, that’s hardly worldwide but their definition is clearly what suits them & if it was killing healthy people in those three countries, I’d demur. If Ireland suffered from a pandemic, what would you expect, mortality-wise, a doubling of deaths? An increase of 50%? 30%? 10%? The last quarter figures for 2020 are still awaited, that’s not particularly unusual, they take months to appear but there will be no such increase, any idea why? The EU’s ”Standard Death Rates” methodology defines all deaths of under-64’s as ”Premature Deaths”, only about 7% of all deaths attributed to Covid were actually Premature Deaths, still, it’s a Pandemic to you, if the government say it is, even if 93% of the deaths are not defined as Premature by the EU statisticians. From 2005 to 2018 our deaths per 1,000 of over-65’s dropped from 48 to 37.9 but we didn’t cure these people & make them young again, we kept them alive but they were subject to a higher & higher threat each year from something like the flu or a Novel Coronavirus,from everything, actually. Nevertheless, I don’t expect that 37.9 figure to have shot up last year, all that happened was elderly people died from Sars02, rather than Influenza or other Coronaviruses or even Rhinoviruses.

  5. RuilleBuille

    Another head-the-ball looking for some attention.

    Not taking the vaccine puts your own health at risk but far more importantly put other people’s health at risk.

    1. Cui Bono?

      Nonsense.

      Most of us don’t need the vaccine because we’re not at risk to covid.

      A non-vaccinated person can’t put a vulnerable person in danger if their vaccine works.

      And if the vaccines don’t work then it doesn’t matter if no one has it.

      Logic.

      1. Nigel

        – you’re at risk of spreading it
        – vaccines reduce risk and reduce transmission, they don’t eliminate them
        – if enough people opt out that cherished golden shibboleth of the early ‘covid? Meh!’ crowd, herd immunity, won’t happen.

        1. Cui Bono?

          There’s still no clear evidence that these new covid vaccines reduce transmission. This wasn’t even part of the criteria to access if they were effective – it was only to reduce severe symptoms and death.

          80% still get little to no symptoms from covid so most don’t spread the virus because asymptomatic transmission doesn’t happen with covid.

          Again it’s worth repeating that the average IFR for covid is only 0.23% and and only 0.05% for under 70s and likely lower based on more recent studies.

          This is not Ebola. Global hysteria is here right now.

          1. Nigel

            It’s impossible to know about the effect on tranmssion until the vaccine is being administered, but there seems to be general agreement that it does reduce it.

            Asymptomatic people have less chance of transmitting, not none.

            I’m so sorry the disease isn’t dramatic enough for you, but dead is dead.

        2. K. Cavan

          Nigel, the jabs do not prevent you from becoming infected if exposed to the virus. The jabs do not stop you from spreading it if you become infected. The manufacturers claim that if infected ”it’s reasonable to expect” that they will help your Immune System fight off the infection, leading to lower mortality. It’s dangerous & utterly irresponsible for you to spread such blatant disinformation & lies.
          Folks, the jabs do NOT grant immunity of any sort, no matter what Nigel says & no matter how many times he says it. If you’re vaxxed, you are at precisely the same risk of becoming infected or passing it on as you are if you are not vaxxed. Nigel’s comments are totally incorrect, ignore them, please, his ignorance shouldn’t cost other people their lives or even a cold.
          Nigel, stop lying or shut up until you actually KNOW something, you preposterous windbag.

      2. Nilbert

        Not everyone who wants a vaccine can take it. There are people who desperately want to take it because they are very vulnerable to serious illness from Covid, but they are precluded due to pre-existing conditions.
        A non-vaccinated person puts these people at risk.
        Promoting vaccine skepticism increases the risks for people who cannot protect themselves from the virus except by locking themselves down.

    2. scottser

      sorry ruillebuille that’s plain wrong.
      vaccinated people can still get it, and still spread it, they just won’t get as sick or end up in hospital. so even if you get a vaccine you’ll still have to do all the mask and washing stuff.
      as for those who don’t want the vaccine, go ahead and get sick – i couldn’t give a monkeys because everyone i know and love is getting a jab.

      1. Micko

        “ as for those who don’t want the vaccine, go ahead and get sick ”

        This seems perfectly fair.

        To each their own. ;)

  6. Madam x

    Before you start a discussion…. You should know the facts. Lesson 1from school debating

  7. Redundant Proofreaders Society

    This just proves that there is large cohort of folk who are easily-influenced.
    Between this story / non-story and that of politicians mis-using their Twitter accounts, there still lacks a basic understanding of how social media works in this country.

    1. fluffybiscuits

      People are unable to critically analyse facts for themselves. I blame the schools

      1. Cian

        Yeah, but what do you think would happen if you introduces critical thinking in a religious school?

      2. K. Cavan

        You assume that those who control our schools actually want people to have Critical Thinking skills, become involved in political debates, question everything they don’t have factual proof of, etc, etc, every politician’s nightmare.

    2. K. Cavan

      Social Media is heavily-policed but there are still places where free speech is appreciated & allowed. The striking thing in this utterly fake pandemic has been the role of the Legacy Media. They’ve been rejected by their customers & are doomed. Almost every publication & TV or Radio Station is in deep financial trouble, so they’ve whored themselves out to Governments and chancers like Bill Gates, who’s personal fortune has doubled since he set up his ”charitable foundation”, in order to stay afloat, nothing they say can be trusted to be true or accurate but so many, especially older punters, still think journalists are concerned with truth & veracity. Most of the poor middle-class journos are on minimum wage these days & their chosen career path turned out to be a cul-de-sac, they will say literally anything, to pay the rent.

  8. Bruncvik

    I don’t know the lady in question, don’t have an Instagram account, and haven’t actually visited that site. So, I’ve read the article without any preconceptions. My takeaway was that Ms. O’Loughlin was blamed for her fans. Normally, a person would attract like-minded followers, but in my view, the article failed to assert that point. Giving the author of the article the benefit of the doubt, I’d say he and his editor were somewhat sloppy. There were no concrete examples of any wrongdoing (or wrongthink), only vague assertions. The article felt more like an opinion piece, and I dismissed it as such.

  9. Micko

    While I like Aisling and I found her first few posts on IGTV interesting, she has clearly gone “off the rails” with her latest few videos. Talking about “Things in the masks” and George Soros etc etc.

    She seems to have jumped into the deep end of the Covid conspiracy theories.

    I think she’s probably suffering from some mental health issues.

    Which ordinarily would give her some sympathy from people – but not from some of the lot on here.
    Where your mental health problems are only relevant if they agree with what you’re saying.

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      Seems to be a lot of anti mask/vax/lockdown trumpeters suffering from “some mental health issues”. Do they absolve one of spouting unsubstantiated bullplop to the gullible?

        1. Daisy Chainsaw

          A facebook link? Does he not have an Insta account like all the cool antivaxxers?

          1. Micko

            Yes? Yes of course. State sponsored content for you only.

            Well, we could ask Bodger to post here. Would you watch it then?

            Course you won’t.

          2. Daisy Chainsaw

            I don’t know about state sponsored, but I know enough to know that FB and YouTube pages can be set up by any old cranks spouting any old ráméis.

            The Ancient Mysteries Explained YouTube channel is 100 times more credible and makes more sense than some of the woo I’ve seen from so called experts.

          3. Micko

            Ye know. For someone who talks about the benefits of science, you really should n’t close your mind to one way of thinking.

            Do me a favour, watch it.

            He’s pro vax and common sense.

          4. Daisy Chainsaw

            Some antivaxx circlejerk from a youtube channel? Nah, yer grand. I’d rather watch some Instahun try to convince me that contouring and not fillers give her those cheeks.

          5. Daisy Chainsaw

            I don’t care if he’s me little brother. I don’t waste my time with FB/YT “news”.

          6. Micko

            Ok. Well we’ve been going around in circles for the best part of a year now. And this guy perfectly encapsulates what I think about our response to Covid. Like, to a tee!

            So….

            How about this? You watch Professor Lee (the whole thing) and I’ll watch something you recommend that is pro the lockdown and the response we took. (Also the whole thing)

            Then after, I’ll try my best to see your point of view and understand you, and you can do the same for me.

            Seem fair? We both might learn something new.
            ;-)

        2. Frank

          that’s a superb watch Micko! thanks for sharing .
          broadsheet should really give that link a post of its own

          1. Lilly

            Yes, well worth a watch – a retired consultant in pathology with no axe to grind and the freedom to speak sensibly without the fear of losing his job.

          2. K. Cavan

            Why, Frank? Do you enjoy seeing all the toys sailing out of the prams every time anything that doesn’t align exactly with the Official Narrative appears here? I find the mess when all the Stawmen arrive a bit too much, I’ve raised my toddlers already, been there, done that. Listening to morons flying off on demented tangents about Trump, White Supremacy, the Fash, etc is tiresome, although granted, listening to people with obvious pro-authority fetishes labelling others as ”Far Right” because they protest illegitimate authority is quite amusing, at times.

        3. K. Cavan

          Fair Play, Micko, you almost cornered her there, she’ll hear on evil, see no evil…

    2. Fergalito

      “Where your mental health problems are only relevant if they agree with what you’re saying.”

      Excellent – i’m going to print that off and frame it (figuratively speaking).

    3. Nigel

      Do the supposed mental health issues cancel out the conspiracy-theory misinformation she’s amplifying?

      Also, people with mental health issues generally don’t like to see other people use spurious amateur diagnoses to excuse or dismiss bad behaviour.

  10. V aka Frilly Keane

    Seriously folks
    I never heard of the girl and still wouldn’t have known who she was only for Broadsheet
    Same for Marcus de Brun and Ivor the Emperor

    Look
    She’s trying to make a name for herself, and build an audience
    so let her at it

    If you are influenced by her, then she’s the ‘wan for you
    If you – like me, couldn’t care less,
    then lay’ve her at it
    The Journal is trapping huge audiences lately
    So whatever they’re at, its working

    In the meantime
    Cork scored five goals there on Sunday, more in this single (opening) League match than their last three league campaigns – by my count anyway
    so there must be something in all this 5G, Government / Globalist control, Crime against Humanity Big Pharma Baddies and mainstream media robots
    Wash your hands and wear a mask

    ‘still getting vaxed tho – with this type of form we might be getting a day out in September, and I’m not missing it, even if I do end up turning yellow and speaking in c++

    So as Courtney Love might say bang me up boys

    1. Daisy Chainsaw

      Hard to believe Cork were so strong against the 2020 All Ireland finalists, or maybe Waterford were just under prepared cos I expected it to be a lot closer like Tipp and Limerick. Wexford got a good run out against Laois, but they’ll face tougher opposition next week in Clare.

      1. V aka Frilly Keane

        Clare wouldn’t worry sheep
        not the state they were in last week anyway⚆_⚆

        mind you, all the games were great to watch
        d’ya see that point off the dropping ball Galway v IarMhi there
        you can tell lads were just bursting to out there

        speaking of which – over on the PV there
        they can’t help themselves – obviously delighted to be back at it
        As I type this, the Tip Limerick thread is at 508 comments : 23,981 views
        and the Cork Tip thread – just opened yesterday, so you can imagine what’ll it be like this day next week
        is 15 comments : 929 views

        the Tip ’21 thread is already approaching 100k views

        just so that ye know the PV is strictly members only, so ye’ll just have to take my word for it
        although Charage ( ̄﹃ ̄) might supply a 2nd confirmation

        1. paddy apathy

          Was going to say PV’s members only policy was terrible but considering how it’s contemporary An Fear Rua descended into a putrid mire and shut up shop (not meaning to diss the founder in any way, not his fault) I think members only was a good call.

          1. V aka Frilly Keane

            Brought most of that on himself Paddy

            Shur the only activity in the last few years there were on the “Clare Hurlers the Craic goes On” pages
            content from the original CH that meself and Mattie had going
            Given to him by a certain Limerick wingnut – without our permission, but we didn’t really care
            but they harvested out most of the classic threads and deleted a number of key original bloggards

            like I say, the demise on AFR was all his own making, lads moved on anyway, with all the messing
            Messed around over on TFK for bit meself with the old MGG,
            (Actually I think there was a thing there for a while – that if you type MGG or Maireganaire into your AFR post – he has something else come up, like Mucksavage or Farmyard Animal or somethingㄟ( ▔, ▔ )ㄏ)

            Then I found Bodger…

          2. Unreal

            sings “ didn’t know I was looking for love until I found you, didn’t know I was looking for love …”

            What is that PV thing to which you refer V?

      1. V aka Frilly Keane

        Sports Stadium and match programmes, thats the height of my Irish media intake
        plus the Phoenix every fortnight
        and the Current Affairs sections, like Skinny Meara’s, on the Gah blogs

        My Social Media – on the original FK account was principally gah heads
        not much else out and about

        why would anyone be shocked – my roots are firmly in the gah bloggard scene
        to us an influencer is someone that gets Joe Brolly to shur’up
        As such…..

        see what I did there lads – the Gallimh crowd will get it

  11. j9

    I’ve seen some of these posts. She comes across as a very condescending and passive aggressive person who likes to spout a lot of unsubstantiated claims. She does not like when anyone challenges her on them, but doesn’t deign respond to any questions – despite the constant assertions that she wants to “have a conversation”. She also likes to sling mud at others – saying that journalists who don’t openly agree with her “are bought”, which could be considered defamatory. It all smacks of somebody desperate for attention. Either that or she is not well. I’d say she’s delighted she’s been mentioned by the Journal / Times, after all, as Oscar Wilde famously said – “There is only one thing worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about.” I think those publications should have just ignored her. Some of the comments under her posts are pure bonkers too.

    1. K. Cavan

      J9, every journalist in the Legacy Media is bought (& sold). They’d say anything for money, some of them had a bit about them in their young days but they’re like a census form, broken down by age, sex & religion, not to mention the outrageous alcoholism that’s killed so many braincells that doing a précis of whatever Press Release they’ve been handed is about all they can manage. They are at about the level of a secondhand car salesman, in terms of honesty, some of them might end up prowling the forecourts, when the whole s-show goes under. ”I used to work for the Sunday Indo” they’ll balefully remark to their younger customers, ”what’s an Indo?” will be the reply.

      1. j9

        Wow! bit of a sweeping generalisation there. Every single journalist? Except, of course, Aisling – who is a shining beacon of journalism – single handedly fighting the main stream media from her instagram account. LOL. Get a grip.

  12. Nigel

    ‘and probably why she seems to be the only Irish celebrity to openly question what is going on’

    Either there’s another, better reason, or clearly we need better celebrities.

  13. K. Cavan

    At this stage, it’s obvious to anyone with functioning critical faculties that the advertising & PR operation surrounding Sars02 actually dwarfs the disease itself. Pneumonia was rebranded as “Covid-19”, a made-up name that’s more propaganda-friendly & scary than “Pneumonia due to HCoV-Sars02 infection” while the phrase “Social Distancing” appeared simultaneously in the mouths of Politicians all over the world, this is literally what a conspiracy looks like. The junk science & pseudo-medical mumbo-jumbo used by clueless journalists in their hilariously ignorant commentary gives me a good chortle now & then & some of the gibberish being posted here illustrates that the hysterical fear-porn has worked on the less mentally acute but this sort of over-the-top attack on a citizen expressing doubts about her children being used as lab rats is actually counterproductive to the Covid Operation, in my opinion. If I was running that show I wouldn’t allow the amateurs at The Journal such free reign, their pathetic, slightly bitchy efforts expose the whole Covid Con to ridicule.

      1. K. Cavan

        Being the mad fascist, Trump-supporting, white supremacist student of virology I am, I’ve seen it, Micko. I agreed with him, naturally enough, he didn’t put a foot or a fact wrong. Remember the days when the likes of him would appear on TV to debate those who disagree with him & may the best argument win? Maybe Bill Gates could represent the other side? Ah, yes, Democracy, Debate, Discussion, I miss it all.

  14. Rois

    I respect people’s right to choose not to take the vaccine and can see why people feel under pressure from media etc so it is important to have a conversation about people’s concerns but this is not what Aisling O’Loughlin is doing. She is spreading fear through inaccurate rumours, the latest one being that people should keep their distance from those who are vaccinated due to the health problems that being around them could cause. I mean….What?!

    1. K. Cavan

      Viral Shedding, look it up. The Evolutionary Pressure theory is a bit more complex but Coronaviruses, especially a Novel one, are bad subjects for mass vaccination, it’s hard to think of a worse type, to be honest. The perfect virus to mass vaccinate against is maybe something that’s endemic at a low level but serious for anyone who catches it. Nobody would’ve dreamed of undergoing a dangerous, untested, genetic engineering treatment to avoid catching a cold & yet that’s exactly what people are doing, if your immune system is strong enough to gain an advantage from the jabs, it’s too strong for Sars02 & those who are most at risk from Sars02 generally have immune systems far too compromised to generate an effective response from the jabs. Coronaviruses have 40,000 base pairs in their genome, huge for a virus, they will mutate their way around these jabs, without breaking sweat. For anyone who’s not had a jab, avoiding the newly-jabbed is a sensible precaution.

  15. Unreal

    I like her
    I’ve never watched
    Any of her videos^
    But I think she’s great

    *I did put on a second or two but it was annoying

    Fair play to her though for stuff

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