(by David McLoone | LifeSite News) – The president of the European Commission (EC) urged European Union (EU) member states Wednesday to “think about” introducing mandatory COVID shot measures throughout the bloc. Speaking at a press conference Wednesday, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen lamented that around 33 percent of EU citizens have not yet received an abortion-tainted COVID jab and proposed a “common approach” among the 27 countries which are part of the EU. “One-third of the European population is not vaccinated. These are 150 million people, this is a lot,” von der Leyen said, suggesting that “the vast majority” of the un-jabbed could be coerced into receiving the shot. “I think it is understandable and appropriate to lead this discussion now [about] how we can […]

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