Texas father DEPLATFORMED by GoFundMe for raising money for son who died after taking Pfizer vaccine

A Texas father who lost his teenage son to the Pfizer-BioNTech Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine has been kicked off the crowdfunding website GoFundMe.

The father in question is Ernest Ramirez. His son, Ernesto Ramirez Jr. received his first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on April 19.

The elder Ramirez said his son was so excited to get vaccinated because he had seen a lot of advertisements saying the COVID-19 vaccines are safe for teenagers. Because of Ramirez Jr.’s urging, his father allowed him to get vaccinated.

The younger Ramirez passed away less than a week later after the vaccine caused his heart to grow to double its normal size. (Related: Pfizer vaccine destroys T cells, weakens the immune system – study.)

Ramirez said that he “could not have asked for a better son.”

“He played baseball from the age of seven up to high school,” he said. “Polite, respectful, loved by all who met him. He was always by my side, my baby boy, I always told him it was me and you against the world.”

Since his son’s death, the elder Ramirez has been fighting for answers. He has spent his time seeking justice and raising awareness for his son’s untimely death.

In his campaign, Ramirez even spoke at an anti-vaccine mandate event in Austin, Texas in late August organized by the group Texans for Vaccine Choice.

“My son received the vaccine, and he died a few days later, and the only explanation that was given to me was an enlarged heart,” said Ramirez. “I love the hell out of my country, but I don’t trust my government anymore.”

Ramirez told the crowd that it is far too risky for people to take the COVID-19 vaccines. “I mean, you see your baby right now – you might not see your baby tomorrow,” he said. “I have to live with that for the rest of my life. No more hugs, no more ‘Dad, I love you.’”

The father spoke at several other rallies across Texas against the COVID-19 vaccines and the vaccine mandates, notably in Houston and McAllen.

GoFundMe deplatformed Ramirez for seeking justice for his son

To continue his campaign for justice for his son, Ramirez planned to take a trip to Washington, D.C. to raise awareness about the younger Ramirez’s death. He also wanted to lobby Congress to be more transparent about all the deaths caused by the COVID-19 vaccines.

To fund this effort, the elder Ramirez tried to solicit donations from supporters on GoFundMe. Many people began donating for him.

But then Ramirez became enraged when he learned that GoFundMe had shut down his page for supposedly sharing “prohibited conduct.” All the money that had already been given to him was returned to the donors.

“We need to yell, we need to fight, we need to do something – his life was worth much more than what the government or anybody else thinks,” said Ramirez during an interview.


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