If a bit gets flipped by the network in a TLS stream, then the message integrity check in TLS will fail. Does TLS retransmit the affected message? Or does it do something else, like terminate the entire TLS stream?
For reliable transport TLS relies on the transport layer, i.e. typically TCP. TLS by its own does not retransmit data.
If data get accidentally corrupted (bit flip) this will in most cases detected by TCP and the data will be discarded and retransmitted due to the reliability properties of TCP.
If data get corrupted in a way that it can not not be detected at the TCP level this will be considered a fatal error and the TLS session will be closed. Maybe a bad_record_mac alert will be issued too.