by WorldTribune Staff, June 9, 2022
Not only did Ernest Ramirez lose his 16-year-old son to a heart attack days after receiving the Pfizer Covid vaccine, when he began speaking out publicly about it, FEMA offered him tens of thousands of dollars in death benefits if he would falsify the government’s death certificate, he said in an interview.
Five days after receiving the Pfizer vaccine, Ernest Ramirez, Jr., a high school athlete and ROTC member, collapsed running cross court during a park basketball game. He was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The hospital would not tell him the cause of death.
“It took me three months to get his autopsy,” Ramirez said in an interview with Broken Truth’s John Davidson. “They didn’t want to give it to me.”
Only after he hired an attorney did medical authorities deliver the autopsy results: Ernest Ramirez, Jr., died from a heart attack due to myocarditis attributable to the vaccine.
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The autopsy was sent to cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough, MD, who verified the cause of death was due to the vaccine, Ramirez reports. “His heart was over double the normal size, that it should have been,” Ramirez said, “and it was coated with some chemicals from the vaccine. Dr. John Witcher, MD, . . . also verified it,” as did Dr. Paul Marik, MD.
“I mean we have all these doctors that verify it. Still, it’s not like it is really doing any good,” Ramirez said. “Now there’s so many hundreds of children that are suffering the same thing. If they are not dying from myocarditis or heart issues, they are suffering now. They are on medication. They are not going to be able too over exert themselves. That means no baseball, no football, no nothing, because they could have a heart attack. Where is this actually safe?”
Ramirez had raised his son, a baseball player who looked forward joining the Air Force, as a single father. Lacking funeral insurance for a child of that age, he reached out to FEMA’s program of benefits for Covid-19 deaths. FEMA denied the request. A Covid vaccine related death was not deemed a Covid death.
FEMA did not respond to a WorldTribune.com request for comment.
At that time, Ramirez began speaking out publicly, gaining a national audience as he warned parents about the dangers of the vaccine.
In an unusual turn of events, Ramirez reports, FEMA then contacted him again with an offer that appears aimed at both criminal entrapment and an effort to to discredit his message.
“In December, FEMA, calls me, asking for more paperwork,” Ramirez recounted. “I said, ‘Look, you have all his paperwork. You denied me. So, just destroy that application. She had me on hold for 45 minutes, and asks me to change my son’s death certificate so that it reads Covid, and that would help me financially.”
“I said, ‘No, I will not disrespect my son in that way.’ And like I said, she just went back and forth. I don’t know if she was talking to somebody else, and she kept asking me to change my son’s death certificate,” Ramirez said.
“I said, Ma’am, I already told you, I will not disrespect my son in that way. I said ‘I will not falsify government documents for financial gain,” he recounted. After further discussion, “she actually lowered her voice to a whisper and told me, ‘I’m so sorry, Ramirez,’ and she hung up.”
In January, 2022, Ramirez reports he then received an email from FEMA with similar paperwork, which he forwarded publicly to Steve Kirsch and others, “to make sure they see what is going on.”
Then in the third week of May, 2022, over a year after Ernest Jr.’s death, “I get a phone call and it’s FEMA,” Ramirez continued. “They were calling me to get me to change the death certificate again. The first time they called me, they were offering me $10,000 to $35,000 if I changed it.”
“If I would have done anything like that, I probably could have gotten into trouble for falsifying documents. Or, if I did change it to Covid, I wouldn’t be able to continue telling my son’s story, trying to get word out,” Ramirez said.
“It sounds like what you are saying is that FEMA wanted you to commit fraud,” John Davidson responded.
“Yes, exactly,” Ramirez said.
“What form did they want you to change?” Davidson asked. “The actual form that you filled out?”
“Oh no. The death certificate. They wanted me to change his death certificate so that it said Covid, rather than myocarditis.”
“FEMA wanted you to alter and forge official government documents?” Davidson reiterated.
“Yes. Yes sir,” Ramirez confirmed. “You know, they don’t want proof out there.”
Failing to get a response from the FDA concerning his son’s death, Ramirez, contacted the Texas Department of Health, also with no response.
“Everyone, they are just ignoring me. So be it,” Ramirez said. “You are just giving me more proof you are hiding something.”
“They block me on FaceBook all the time. Twitter, they knock me off,” Ramirez said.
GoFundMe also closed Ramirez’s account, created to cover travel expenses to share his son’s story in a round table with Sen. Ron Johnson. “As soon as people started donating, GoFundMe shut it down,” he said, explaining he did not receive any of the funds and does not know whether they were returned to donors.
Recalling his first meeting with his newborn son, “he changed my life,” Ramirez said. “He changed my life for the better.”
When he let him go play basketball for what would be the last time, he said, “I met him at the front door. I gave him some money. I gave him a hug and a kiss. I told him to be good and behave. I would always tell him to call me if he needed anything. I didn’t know that was going to be the last time I talked to my son.”
“My government lied to me,” Ramirez said during his testimony before Senator Johnson. “They said it was safe.”
“I was suicidal,” Ramirez recalled of his state of mind when he left the hospital. “I cursed God out loud. But then I realized, I was wrong. God didn’t kill my son, it was Man. So, I made my peace with God and turned all that anger and hatred into something else, into something positive.”
Ramirez continues his calling to honor the memory of Ernest Ramirez, Jr. by warning parents about the dangers of the Covid mRNA vaccines with the goal of preventing further tragedy.