Robin Spring Saunders: 45-year-old Baltimore woman gets mandatory mRNA injection for employment, dead six days later

TheCOVIDBlog.com
July 11, 2021

Ms. Robin Spring Saunders.

BALTIMORE — A 45-year-old mother achieved her goal of employment at one of the most prestigious universities in the world. But she never made it to her first day of work.

Ms. Robin Spring Saunders received her first injection of experimental mRNA on June 21, according to her Facebook page. It’s unclear if it was Pfizer or Moderna. But at this point, it doesn’t really matter. She apparently was not thrilled about receiving the shot. But she did it as a condition of employment at Johns Hopkins University, which mandates the experimental shots for all faculty and staff.

The adverse effects were almost immediate. Her cousin, Crystal Grainger, wrote on Sunday morning, June 27 that Ms. Saunders was experiencing life-threatening reactions. She was on a ventilator and suffered from brain and heart issues.

Ms. Grainger, as some others have reported, said the reaction came after the second injection. But that would mean Ms. Saunders received two shots in less than a week, which is highly unlikely and very dangerous. Several family members and friends confirmed it was the first shot.

The damage was too severe to overcome. Ms. Autumn Harvey, Robin’s daughter, confirmed that her mother passed away later that afternoon. Several others confirmed her death thereafter.

From dream to nightmare

It appears Ms. Saunders wanted to work with autistic children and earned credentials to do so. Her Facebook page indicates that she bootstrapped her way to the Johns Hopkins opportunity. She was working several jobs at the time, including Home Depot, Lowe’s and Amazon. She was hired at Johns Hopkins University to fulfill her midlife goal.

Several friends and family members talked about filing a lawsuit against Johns Hopkins. It will be interesting to see if they follow through. Ms. Saunders is survived by her mother and daughter.

State legislators must act faster to stop the genocide

At least 15 states have enacted laws that prohibit mandatory COVID-19 “vaccines” as a condition of employment, according to the National Academy for State Health Policy.

The United States has always been deeply divided by region and political ideology. But this country is being balkanized by states that support coerced, voluntary euthanasia and those that do not.

We’ve had at least two people, one in the medical field and one in education, write and tell us about blatant discrimination at their workplaces. They must wear yellow or red stickers on their name badges to show they are non-vaccinated. Vaxxed people get green stickers. Discrimination for not wearing a mask has essentially been normalized in many parts of the country.

Critical thinkers have a choice. Unfortunately it’s reached a point that you must move away from the Pacific coast, New England and other areas. These states want vaccine passports, everyone injected and everyone wearing masks. Quit your job or move to a sensible state for employment. That is what Americans face in 2021. Uprooting is not easy. It’s a logistical challenge. You also must leave behind one life and start a new one. The choice is difficult, yet simple at the same time.

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Aidan
Aidan
16 days ago

It’s not mandatory if you choose not to take it. She didn’t have to accept the job offer if they “required” her to have the jab.

Flip sake when are people going to start using their brains.

Wollio
Wollio
16 days ago
Reply to  Aidan

Yes. If my job mandates it, I’m getting a religious exemption. If they refuse to honor it, I’m getting a lawyer and forcing them to fire me.

Aidan
Aidan
15 days ago
Reply to  Wollio

Good man! Sue their arses!

Paul
Paul
16 days ago
Reply to  Aidan

But that’s the key to this. They’ll always leave a level of choice because while that is there they hold no accountability for outcomes. You chose it voluntarily, even if the “choice” was a question of survival. As long as they don’t have to hold you down and inject you forcibly, it remains your choice.

pam
pam
13 days ago
Reply to  Aidan

it’s still coercion on the employer’s part.

J Ung
1 day ago
Reply to  Aidan

omg you are part of the problem. This poor woman died from the evil depopulation agenda! Shame on you, shame shame shame.

Janyuary
Janyuary
16 days ago

Move away? NO, that is surrender, that is submission. STAND and FIGHT. The Pacific states especially California have the best weather, the best soil, the best growing conditions, the best coastline. California is bigger than Germany, and a little bit smaller than France, in miles.

We stand and FIGHT to keep the best of the best, California, the Pacific coast. If the fraudulently elected leftist politicians and their screaming alarms in the mainstream media cry and complain about it, THEY can move to the desert.

Right now, a whole lot of “brave” conservatives have surrendered California and gone to the desert where they are now miserable in 116 degree heat. Their triumphant opponents enjoy beautiful California that their betters before them pioneered over the course of five and six generations.

If we want to survive, we will NEED California because it is temperate and abundantly productive in food from seafood to eggs, beef to poultry, walnuts, tomatoes, cheese … grain and veggies, unlike most of the rest of the US. California is VALUABLE for survival.

Fleeing to those states that are “safe” you have much much harsher conditions and harder to survive. We must FIGHT to KEEP what is valuable, always, because someone will always want to take what is valuable from us and keep it for themselves.

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John Brennan
John Brennan
15 days ago
Reply to  Janyuary

I agree, Janyuary. My family has lived here in Michigan since before it became a State in 1837. I am not going anywhere. Some of my friends call this place Militiagan.

Janyuary
Janyuary
15 days ago
Reply to  John Brennan

Good on ya!!!! I am descended from Michiganers who took the enormous risk of getting here, and helped pioneer California when they came here back in the mid and late 1800s. They used this “desert” (!!) to breed flowers and seeds, in So Cal and as well further north.

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Viva la Revolucion
Viva la Revolucion
15 days ago
Reply to  Janyuary

Only Bedouins and camels will be able to live in Canada and California in ten years. Elsewhere it will be better because elsewhere it will not turn into a desert because it will be irrigated.

Janyuary
Janyuary
15 days ago

What most people visualize when they think of “desert” is not what California was nor what it would become without the irrigation canals. {^) It cracks me up when I hear people say “but it would all be desert if … ” etc. And I think, “They must be newcomers, strangers to the real California.”

Rolling oak-studded hills, seasonal creeks, meadows, pastures, does that sound like desert to you? Really? THAT very country is what I have heard lots of people inform me is “desert.” {^)

The ginormous and incredibly fertile San Joaquin Valley, an inland sea long ago, without irrigation is technically a desert, yes. And metro-area So Cal was very dry with low enough rainfall to qualify as desert by the numbers, but it was NOT EVER “desert” the way folks think of desert. Technically, but certainly not comparable to REAL deserts like Mojave or Death Valley. No matter — cultural myths and templates become indelible as tattoos.

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Janyuary
Janyuary
15 days ago

You can irrigate crap soil all you want, but you’ll probably still end up hungry. You can try to grow something where you have the water but not the right weather, and still end up hungry. Your irrigated “elsewhere” may have the water, but they have garbage soil and/or crap weather. Agriculture is like that. You’d still freeze in the winter or poach to death in the summer “elsewhere” if it’s a real desert, but not here on most of the West Coast, and esp Ca coast, where we grow food that feeds (or fed) much of the US, in dairy products, eggs, citrus, tomatoes, etc etc etc. The WEATHER “elsewhere” can kill people water or not.

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J Ung
1 day ago
Reply to  Janyuary

Well said!

farmerz
farmerz
16 days ago

The kool-aid drinkers at Johns Hopkins will surely claim it was just coincidence.

Chris C.
Chris C.
16 days ago

Of course her employer will absolve themselves of all responsibilities and say she volunteered for the suicide jab and her fault.

Aidan
Aidan
16 days ago
Reply to  Chris C.

Well if it’s a requirement to take the vaccine to work in this place then hopefully the employer will follow suit.

Paul
Paul
16 days ago
Reply to  Chris C.

That is exactly how this works.

Anon
Anon
16 days ago

Texas has yet to pass a law that protects employees. The only existing law protects customers from being asked to provide proof of vaccination. Two bills to prevent this died in committee. Abbott has been a big disappointment.

Jenny Werner
Jenny Werner
15 days ago

R.I.P.

Clint Bales
Clint Bales
15 days ago

There might be some legal recourse if you can find an ethical and “smart” lawyer…. Implicitly, they force their employees, or new employees, to get the shot as a condition of employment when the drug is not FDA approved… Seems to me that the lawyers at Johns Hopkins can be outdone as their policy does not override federal policy. Schools are vastly funded, public and private, with federal monies of some sort and that is where you start looking. Hence, unapproved vaccine being forced upon an individual by the school would not take precedent over the vaccine’s current status by federal government. Hence, they should not be able to enforce these vaccinations against federal law unless they have desisted of any and all federal funding, direct or indirect…. Possibly something related to enticement and / or coercion…

I would find a very smart lawyer with balls and attempt to sue the hell out of them….

pam
pam
15 days ago

i hope they won the lawsuit & made a big deal. there need more publicity.

BKMart
BKMart
15 days ago

Big Pharma flashed enough green to the US Feral government to buy ZERO LIABILITY which means that their experimental genetic therapy can maim and kill Americans as long as they need to . That zero liability doesn’t transfer, if you mandate and force someone to take the experiment you are liable for any consequences…

None Yun
None Yun
15 days ago

The liability lies with the employer! Employers have just as much liability as a drug dealer does when they sell something that kills off the users!! If they are liable, so are the employers!

Paul
Paul
15 days ago
Reply to  None Yun

How they get around this is that they simply say that you can work for them and these are the terms and conditions. You have the choice to accept them or to walk away. That way it remains a “voluntary” choice. If the US Government were to mandate the vaxx legally, then in effect they would be accepting the liability that goes with it, but while they don’t you are on your own.

Critical_Mass
Critical_Mass
15 days ago

No job is worth your life. Besides, there will be an abundance of open positions after so many of the injected die or become incapacitated.
I’ve even heard people speculate that, after being ostracized like we are now, we “unvaccinated” pariahs may even get conscripted to help dispose of all the bodies.

Aidan
Aidan
14 days ago
Reply to  Critical_Mass

As long as I get payment for my disposal services then I’ll be happy.

Funny you mention about the abundance of open positions. I was a temporary Classroom Assistant and went to apply for a permanent role in the same school (because a lot of classroom assistants were leaving for uni to train as teachers).

I didn’t get the job, even though I was perfect for it and it was their lost. Anyway, I see on the website they are wanting more classroom assistants. Now I don’t know if this to do with people dying of the vaccine or something else, but since a lot of people in the school got the jab, the school will eventually need to rehire. I was pissed when I didn’t get the job but they didn’t want me. I;m not going to apply for it and if they want me they will have to contact me and give me a raise and adhere to my demands.

Unvaxxed people will be in demand.

FedUp
FedUp
13 days ago

This case is tragic.
Here’s a link to a video in which a doctor explains a study that’s supposedly found why the shots cause blood clots. I haven’t had a chance to watch all of it yet, but I wanted to share this before yt takes it down. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WsRgRP1Oou0

Critical_Mass
Critical_Mass
1 day ago
Reply to  FedUp

There are two separate mechanisms that lead to the blood clots. One is an autoimmune reaction to a protein involved in clotting (Platelet Factor 4), which is the one being investigated in that study and which, admittedly, is very rare.
The other mechanism is the direct damage to the lining of the blood vessels and the cell fusion caused by the presence of spike protein in the blood, which is by far the most common (up to 62% of all recipients according to a yet to be published study on D-Dimer elevation after injection).
Of course it’s not a bad thing to investigate the rare phenomenon as well. But to focus exclusively on that, while completely ignoring the main harmful mechanism, like the media and mainstream “science” have been doing just to prop up the narrative that the side effects are, supposedly, extremely rare, is dishonest and murderous. Talk about straining out the gnat and swallowing the camel.

Ross N
Ross N
12 days ago

‘Stick to your guns’… how is it possible a company or government can force /coerce citizens into getting these “untested unproven experimental therapeutical gene therapy drug injections” when not “1” trial has been completed? Usually after years of several Phases of testing vaccines go through a ‘2 year’ trial BEFORE being released for public use, so they’re rushing the whole process here into 2 yrs of many unknowns with no data being released and some are asking to be licensed before any data or documentation is provided. Open your eyes, science says 18 yr olds and younger have a .0000401% chance of getting cv but yet big pharma and fake fauci-scientists call for them to get vaxxed! This is not about Health, Hmm… I wonder what it could be? 💰💰💰

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Tamu
Tamu
12 days ago
Reply to  Ross N

My Pastor uses and acronym: “SIC” First they Scared us. Then they Isolated us. ALL so they could Control us. (AND I, personally, AM SICK of the whole mess!). It is NOT about our health….a TREATABLE virus.

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Janyuary
Janyuary
11 days ago
Reply to  Tamu

Pastors I had thought would overcome the fear by faith instead went along with submitting to it in the most evil of ways, with masks and social distancing.

Many rationalized that it is the Christian thing to do even if you know the masks are silly and so is the fear of this flu, a bug that plain honest arithmetic told us killed in REAL folks about the same as an average seasonal flu.

The evil operated in plain sight, evil has zero shame and neglects to hide. But deluded Christians have told me that it is the “considerate” thing to do, wear the mask and go along. Considerate of others’ feelings. Others who angrily put their fingers in their ears when the arithmetic was presented.

I say bull puckey “considerate of others,” it is considerate of easiest path, going with the flow, that makes the person feel good about doing it, sacrificing for the comfort of others and obeying the rules, how Christian. Bah!!

How EVIL because it has been an accessory to homicide, and involves all who participated, including ME because I have bowed down and worn the mask more than once, actions that endorse insanity. So I, too, have been an accessory to societal, economic, and now literal homicide.

But I want to STOP IT NOW. They are still going along with fingers in ears, which seems to me morally bereft!! I am SO disappointed in so many people I once held in higher regard. That’s stressful and difficult.

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Don McCullen
Don McCullen
5 days ago

She wanted to help people with autism (and I am an adult with this), and did what she is told. Now she is taking the dirt nap…and can’t help anyone.

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