The producer of the Rush Limbaugh show stated that he is praying for Rush and thanks supporters for their continued prayer as the veteran talk radio host continues to take leave of his popular show amid his struggle with cancer.
“Our prayers are with Rush as he continues to fight the illness he [h]as been afflicted with,” said producer James Golden, better known as Bo Snerdley to listeners. “We are still praying for a remission. Today @KenMatthews will fill in for Rush. Thanks for all of your prayers, kind words and wishes for our Rush. God Bless you.”
Our prayers are with Rush as he continues to fight the illness he as been afflicted with. We are still praying for a remission. Today @KenMatthews will fill in for Rush. Thanks for all of your prayers, kind words and wishes for our Rush. God Bless you.
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) February 10, 2021
Although the controversial conservative voice received plenty of vindictive hatred in response, scores of supporters cheered Limbaugh on.
“Fight like hell Rush, God’s not done with you yet, you still have a lot of work to do for America,” responded one Twitter user.
Last December, Limbaugh reminded his faithful listeners that “there are gonna be days where I’m not gonna be able to get in … there are medical challenges that present themselves and that have to be dealt with and some of them, you know, pop up as a surprise. Some of them are predictable.”
“But I continue to look at this and live this as a day-to-day proposition,” Limbaugh declared. “And so the bottom line is that every day is a gift. And even on those days where I’m not able to get here, realize that I wish I could be. And that when those days occur, that I will do what I can to get back as quickly as is possible.”
According to Fox News, Limbaugh has been off the air since February 2.
As we have previously reported, Limbaugh, 70, learned in January of last year that he has advanced lung cancer.
“The Rush Limbaugh Show” has aired since 1988 and has earned several accolades, including the National Association of Broadcasters’ Marconi Award for “Excellence in Syndicated and Network Broadcasting,” which has been awarded to Limbaugh five times.
A few weeks after his poignant announcement that he had been diagnosed with cancer, Limbaugh was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Donald Trump.
During the show’s last broadcast of 2020, Limbaugh tearfully thanked God, his family, and his listeners for all his show has accomplished.
“You don’t have any idea how…” Limbaugh said, fighting off tears. “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… My point in all of this is to say thanks and tell everybody involved how much I love you from the bottom of a sizable and growing and still-beating heart.”
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