The Twitter account formerly used by the late Herman Cain fired off a head-scratching message on Sunday, insisting that the coronavirus “isn’t as deadly” as once thought.
Cain died in July at the age of 74 after being hospitalized for more than a month with the COVID-19 infection.
His Twitter account ― now run by his family and social media managers ― tweeted:
Given Cain’s own cause of death, the tweet ― which was eventually deleted ― drew a rather stunned response from critics on social media:
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