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Something happened after Rush Limbaugh died that will leave you speechless

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The aftershocks of Rush Limbaugh’s death are still being felt.

For 32 years, Limbaugh served as the face of American conservatism.

But something happened after Rush Limbaugh died that will leave you speechless.

Rush Limbaugh’s death brought out the worst in the activist corporate media.

Outlets could barely contain their glee over Limbaugh’s passing and smeared him as a racist, sexist, homophobic conspiracy theorist in their obituaries for the conservative giant.

The media’s ghoulish coverage of Limbaugh’s death stood in stark contrast to how the biggest names in media heaped praise on Islamic terrorists who killed Americans.

Conservative writer Drew Hold catalogued how the dominant media covered Limbaugh’s death versus the killing of ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Qasem Soleimani.


Al-Baghdadi and Soleimani were killed in U.S. military missions ordered by Donald Trump.

The fact that their deaths came at the hands of Donald Trump’s orders already made these two terrorist masterminds heroes in the eyes of the media.

Likewise, Limbaugh served as a villain for years in the corporate-controlled media because Limbaugh was the first conservative voice to break their stranglehold on the flow of information to the American people.

Many political observers also credit Limbaugh’s show with laying the groundwork for the movement that eventually got Donald Trump elected President of the United States.

Those two factors – destroying the liberal media’s hegemony and prepping the ground for Donald Trump’s victory – make Rush Limbaugh in the eyes of the media a greater enemy than Islamic terrorists who bear responsibility for the deaths of hundreds of Americans.

And this is born out in how the media covered their respective deaths.

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Don Lemon made a fool out of himself with this advice to the Democrat Party

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Donald Trump has called Don Lemon the dumbest man on television.

Tucker Carlson is also highly critical.

But that was nothing compared to what just happened. That’s because Don Lemon made a fool out of himself with this advice to the Democrat Party.

On the Monday broadcast of his show, Don Lemon attacked Democrats for caring too much about “virtue signaling” and not being as good at politics as Republicans.

Lemon also falsely claimed that Republicans were more unified than Democrats.

“I’ve been saying that for a long time and getting criticized for it, even from Democrats who are currently in power and not happy. I just think if you’re looking at just the raw politics of it, which I have said — Republicans are better. It doesn’t mean they’re better people… but they’re better at the politicking, they’re better at sticking together. Republicans fall in line. Democrats don’t. That was part of what the former president said. Democrats many times have these purity tests about everything and they’re holier than thou about many things. And you can’t have that. The first rule of politics that Democrats need to figure out is that it’s about winning. It’s not about winning arguments, it’s about winning elections. It’s not about being who’s more woke than the next person. It’s about winning,” Lemon added.

This is objectively not true.

Republicans faced Tea Party versus establishment primary battles in Senate campaigns during the 2010, 2012, and 2014 election cycles.

The Democrats never had socialist primary challengers running against incumbents en masse because the party establishment is more unified with their base on cultural issues.

In 2016 and 2020, vocal segments of the GOP also refused to endorse and support Donald Trump.

At no point in recent history has there ever been an organized movement in the Democrat Party to derail a Presidential campaign or sitting President’s agenda.

Lemon also finished his historically inaccurate rant by once again dispelling the notion that he is some kind of objective newsman by demanding Democrats just care about winning.

“Stop all the virtue signaling and win. That’s it. As simple as that,” Lemon stated.

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What Brian Williams said about Antifa will infuriate every World War II veteran

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Antifa terrorists have spent the last five years wreaking havoc across America.

All the while, the so-called “mainstream” media has either ignored, or outright supported them.

And what Brian Williams said about Antifa will infuriate every World War II veteran.

The main way that Antifa tries to deflect criticism is their name.

With Antifa being short for “anti-fascist,” they claim that anybody who opposes fascism is on their side, and anybody who opposes them is a de facto fascist.

Of course, Antifa behaves exactly like fascists in their crusade to shut down any speech they disagree with by force.

But their claim is backed by many on the Left, even those who would generally be considered mainstream.

Brian Williams promoted this lie to commemorate D-Day during his MSNBC show, the 11th Hour, pushing claims that those who fought and died on D-Day were members of Antifa.

He promoted an ad from the Never-Trump Lincoln Project, which labels those who stormed the beaches of Normandy as Antifa.

Williams introduced the ad by stating that “Over 150,000 men invading the French coastline under withering German fire to begin their march across Europe where they would go on to win World War II 336 days later,” adding that “While others will debate whether or not we could possibly mount such a thing today as broken as we are, there was a time when we saved the world from tyranny and fascism. If it wasn’t our finest hour, it’s hard to say what was.”

“And the folks at the Lincoln Project are out with a reminder to all,” he concluded.”

The ad begins by questioning, “who is Antifa?”

It incorrectly and disrespectfully answers the question as, “They stormed the beaches of Normandy, parachuted into the French countryside and gave their lives to face down and fight back against fascism.”

The narrator goes on to add, “Anywhere Antifa saw fascism, they fearlessly and relentlessly annihilated it.”

Before the ad came to a close, it showed images of President Donald Trump and Tucker Carlson as it stated, “Anti-fascism, it’s not a cable news talking point. It’s an American ideal that should be memorialized because it was paid for in blood.”

The men who fought and died to bring an end to World War II were patriotic Americans.

Antifa’s ultimate stated goal is to bring down the United States of America.

If they were alive today, they would be standing up to the terrorists in Antifa working to destroy the country they were willing to die for.

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Rush Limbaugh’s replacement was just announced and you won’t believe who it is

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Nobody will ever truly replace Rush Limbaugh.

His show was legendary, but with his passing the time has come to pass the torch.

And Rush Limbaugh’s replacement was just announced and you won’t believe who it is.

For more than thirty years, Rush Limbaugh was the voice of Middle America.

His voice blared into the radios of tens of millions of people every day of the week.

For decades, it was the highest-rated talk radio show in the United States.

It is unlikely anybody will ever get close to the listenership he brought in.

But months after his February death, it has been announced that there are new hosts for his radio time slot.

It will be taken over by Clay Travis and Buck Sexton, who will headline The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show.

The news was announced by Premier Networks, who stated that their show will begin on June 21.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Clay and Buck – two incredibly talented personalities from our Premiere family – at the helm of this new program,” Premiere Networks president Julie Talbott said in a statement.

“Rush Limbaugh is irreplaceable, but we’re confident they will continue his legacy by delivering their own brand of intelligent, informed and entertaining talk radio, while providing our partners with a powerful platform to connect with their consumers,” Talbott added.

The two co-hosts already have extensive experience in radio.

Sexton hosts The Buck Sexton Show on Premiere Networks already, and Travis is the host of Outkick The Coverage with Clay Travis on FOX Sports Radio.

Following his new job, Travis is selling his media company, Outkick, to Fox Corporation.

Since Limbaugh’s death, his radio slot has been used to air reruns of his world famous Rush Limbaugh Show, along with commentary from a number of conservative personalities.

Only time will tell if the new show in his long-held slot will come close to gaining the viewership Limbaugh was able to garner.

Limbaugh’s radio show was perhaps the most influential conservative media in history, with him pushing the message President Donald Trump ran on in 2016 for decades.

For his great impact on the country, Trump awarded Limbaugh the Presidential Medal of Freedom during his 2020 State of the Union Address.

Following Limbaugh’s death, Trump called the radio talk show host a “legend,” which is probably the best word to describe his legacy.

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