Rush Limbaugh stunned listeners with this announcement about ending his show
Rush Limbaugh had a difficult 2020.
It started with doctors informing him that he had terminal lung cancer.
And Rush Limbaugh stunned listeners with this announcement about ending his show.
Rush Limbaugh hosted his traditional pre-Christmas program that he ended by thanking his audience for their support.
But this year was different because of Limbaugh’s fight for his life.
As Limbaugh became emotional, describing to his audience what their support meant to him in this difficult year, Limbaugh let it be known that this show may very well be his last broadcast.
You don’t have any idea how… I know so many people think this program has changed their lives for the better. You have no idea what you all have meant to me and my family. The day’s gonna come, folks, where I’m not gonna be able to do this. I don’t know when that is. I want to be able to do it for as long as I want to do it.
I want to, but the day will come where I’m not going to be able to, and I want you to understand that even when the day comes, I’d like to be here. ‘Cause I have this sense of needing to constantly show my appreciation for all that you have done and meant to me. So I hope you all have a great Christmas, a great New Year, and I hope that the things that are in store for all of us in the coming year are certainly better than what we have endured in 2020.
Rush Limbaugh’s show debuted on August 1, 1988, which single-handedly invented conservative media.
Every website, cable channel, radio show, or podcast that popped up to challenge the liberal media’s biased version of events owes its existence to Rush Limbaugh kicking down the door when there were just three broadcast networks, CNN and the dominant big city papers comprising the media.