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Reports of Georgia Rep. John Lewis’s death that briefly circulated the Internet Saturday are inaccurate, Fox News has confirmed.
“Rumors are not true,” Lewis’ Chief of Staff Michael Collins told Fox News. “He is resting comfortably at home.”
The article goes on to state the following:
North Carolina Rep. Alma Adams had tweeted in response to Lewis’ apparent passing on Saturday. That tweet has since been deleted.
In the now-deleted tweet, Adams said, “Words cannot do John Lewis justice because everything he did was in the service of Justice. He gave everything – including his blood and body – to the Movement. It was an honor to make ‘good trouble’ with John in the House, and I will miss both my friend and the man himself.”
She followed up with an apology, “We deeply regret a previous tweet based on a false news report.”
We deeply regret a previous tweet based on a false news report. https://t.co/na2nYmPScf
— Alma S. Adams (@RepAdams) July 11, 2020
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