Rush Limbaugh: ‘I Wasn’t Expected To Be Alive Today.’

Rush Limbaugh

Courtesy of Inside Radio
December 29, 2020

During his final broadcast of the year, Premiere Networks-syndicated conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh thanked his listeners for the support shown to him as he battles Stage 4 lung cancer.

“I’ve had a year now to reflect on the things that really matter, a year to reflect on the things that are completely relevant and important to me,” Limbaugh said during his Dec. 23 program. “And all of you are in that large conglomeration of people and things that are very important to me.”

Limbaugh recounted his January diagnosis of the terminal disease, adding “The objective of everybody involved was to extend life for as long as possible as enjoyably as possible.” He told his audience of ditto heads that he was in denial when he was first told the news by doctors. “I mean, I’m Rush Limbaugh. I’m Mister Big of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy. I mean, I’m indestructible. I said, ‘This can’t be right,’ but it was,” he continued. “What I didn’t know at the time that I learned later in the course of the year was that I wasn’t expected to be alive today.” Limbaugh said he wasn’t expected to make it to October, “and yet here I am.”

He continued, saying “because

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  1. Keep up the Good Fight !

    A Great American Patriot !

    Not much I enjoy more than driving through California Listening to Rush along with a handful of SXM stations .


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