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Representative-elect Luke Letlow Died From Heart Attack NOT From Covid


Now the truth has been revealed.

Reports are now showing Louisiana  Republican Rep.-elect Luke Letlow died from a  heart attack and not from Covid.

Letlow was taken to Ochsner LSU Health in Shreveport, Louisiana after his health started to decline shortly after contracting Covid.

The medical staff then started a procedure on Letlow which led to him having a heart attack leading to his death, despite the MSM saying he died only from COVID.

The New York Post closely covered the story and shared these details:

Louisiana Rep.-elect Luke Letlow, who died while battling COVID-19, suffered a heart attack following a procedure, a hospital official said.

The 41-year-old was receiving treatment in the intensive care unit at Ochsner LSU Health in Shreveport when he died Tuesday, the Monroe News-Star reported.

LSU Health Shreveport Chancellor G.E. Ghali confirmed Letlow underwent an operation related to the virus and later went into cardiac arrest.

“It’s devastating to our entire team,” Ghali told the paper, adding that he “had no underlying conditions.”

Fox News covered the heartbreaking story too:

Louisiana Republican Rep.-elect Luke Letlow died of a heart attack after a procedure related to COVID-19, according to the chancellor of the hospital he was admitted to.

LSU Health Shreveport Chancellor G.E. Ghali told the Monroe News-Star that Letlow, 41, experienced the heart attack following a hospital procedure related to the virus.

“It’s devastating to our entire team,” Ghali told the outlet, adding that Letlow had no underlying conditions.

Leave it to the MSM to use someone’s death for their political advantage.

Let’s put all politics aside and just pray for the Letlow family to find strength in this time of tragedy.


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