Limbaugh updated fans on his condition which he describes as terminal.
“It’s tough to realize that the days where I do not think I’m under a death sentence are over,” he announced.
“Now, we all are, is the point,” he continued. “We all know that we’re going to die at some point, but when you have a terminal disease diagnosis that has a time frame to it, then that puts a different psychological and even physical awareness to it.”
Limbaugh went on to provide details about the progression of his cancer that he said doctors had previously ‘rendered dormant.’
“There’s always the reality and the knowledge that that can change and it can come back because it is cancer,” he pondered. “It eventually outsmarts pretty much everything you throw at it.”
Here is some of @rushlimbaugh today, discussing his update on his cancer status. Very thoughtful, very brave. All prayers up for him and his family as well as everyone going through this, as he himself talks about. pic.twitter.com/jZM5VOr6DI
— Heather Champion ™️ (@winningatmylife) October 19, 2020
Michael Savage Goes After Rush Limbaugh For Discussing His Cancer
Radio host Michael Savage, in an unprovoked and reprehensible attack, slammed Limbaugh for sharing details of his cancer battle with listeners.
“Limbaugh’s crying about his cancer on air! Worst 15 minutes in radio history!” he exclaimed on Twitter.
After voting not to “drag” his audience down with such details, Savage wished: “Best wishes RUSH, but stop and leave the stage with dignity.”
Limbaugh’s crying about his cancer on air! Worst 15 minutes in radio history! Spilled a large coffee all over counter and floor. I PROMISE MY AUDIENCE THIS- I WILL NOT DRAG YOU DOWN WITH ME! Best wishes RUSH, but stop and leave the stage with dignity.
— Michael Savage (@ASavageNation) October 19, 2020
“Drag you down.”
Did it perhaps occur to Savage that Limbaugh’s listeners, many of whom adore and revere him, might want to know about his condition, might want to share in his journey?
I’m quite sure many of Savage’s listeners would feel the same about him, despite his obvious disdain for decency.
Megyn Kelly provided the best possible response to Savage’s statements.
“I think I speak for, oh, pretty much everyone when I say STFU you absolute douchebag,” she tweeted in response.
I think I speak for, oh, pretty much everyone when I say STFU you absolute douchebag. https://t.co/bcQJvlfskr
— Megyn Kelly (@megynkelly) October 19, 2020
Savage has had a longstanding beef with anybody who isn’t named Michael Savage, or his real name, Michael Alan Weiner.
In 2009, after Savage had been banned from the U.K., he launched a verbal tirade in which he defined Limbaugh as a phony.
“Limbaugh has turned out to be the biggest phony of all of them, all of them,” he claimed. “Amongst all of them, he is the biggest fraud.”
More recently, he has blasted Limbaugh and Fox News host Sean Hannity as “intellectual dwarfs” when it came to their analysis of the coronavirus pandemic.
First lady Melania Trump presents the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Rush Limbaugh. The conservative radio host recently announced an advanced cancer diagnosis https://t.co/C3Wm2ERpwP pic.twitter.com/rMnJUse6mA
— CBS News (@CBSNews) February 5, 2020
Presidential Medal of Freedom Winner
Earlier this year, Limbaugh was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom during President Trump’s State of the Union Speech, a surprise move that left the radio legend quite emotional.
“Rush Limbaugh, thank you for your decades of tireless devotion to our country,” Trump said.
The medal, the President explained, was “in recognition of all that you have done for our nation, the millions of people a day that you speak to and that you inspire, and all of the incredible work that you have done for charity.”
Thank you so much for your overwhelming encouragement, support, and prayers out there. They absolutely work! Fear not, I plan to hang around a long time to continue to annoy the left.
— Rush H. Limbaugh (@RealRLimbaugh) October 19, 2020
Limbaugh began his career as a DJ in Pennsylvania after dropping out of Southeast Missouri State University.
He has gone on to become the premier voice of the conservative movement in America, having rightfully been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame and the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame.
We here at The Mental Recession wish him all the best.
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