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Why does Android Studio say "initializer is redundant" ?

In our Fun Facts example, Android Studio puts a yellow tick on the line

<code> String fact = ""; </code>

and hovering over it says the initializer "" is redundant and the quick fix suggestion is Remove redundant initializer. If I pick it, the line changes to

<code> String fact; </code>