Rush Limbaugh Passes Away at 70

Rush Limbaugh Passes Away at 70

The long-heard and celebrated voice of American conservatism and patriotism has left the world as Rush Limbaugh passed away this morning.

The 70-year old conservative radio talk show host, whose show The Rush Limbaugh Show was part of the life of millions of Americans, had been battling lung cancer. His death was announced by his wife Kathryn Rogers this morning on the show that he used to host.

Limbaugh was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by the 45th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump in 2020. On his show, Limbaugh advocated for American values and traditions and offered fierce criticism of anti-American forces operating on American soil. He frequently exposed the lies and political agenda of mainstream media outlets.


Rush Limbaugh’s website posted the image of him with the words “In Loving Memory” and showing him as “The Greatest of All Time”. Limbaugh’s voice and legacy remains with his followers in the spirit of freedom and love for the country.

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