Who was Rush Limbaugh?

Who exactly was Rush Limbaugh? MRCTV’s Britt Hughes tells of his great philanthropic work right up to his passing away.

The left has done little but cheer his death from lung cancer. True to form, Twitter, which apparently condemns the speech, gladly let the hashtag #RestInPiss stay up.

Yale professor Scott Shapiro gleefully tweeted, “I wouldn’t say I was happy Rush Limbaugh died. It was more like euphoria.

Cristela Alonzo, a voiceover actress for kids film, Cars 3, tweeted, “Happy Rush Limbaugh is Dead Day…I didn’t even get the chance to put my tree up.

Carey O’Donnell, who wrote for Netflix, tweeted that he and his 4-yo son went outside and banged pots and pans in celebration.

As ever, the media never bother to report on Limbaugh’s philanthropy but choose to stick to sometimes incendiary things he has said as a shock jock.

The ultimate irony is that for all of the tolerance and unity preached by the left, they sure have a way of being the exact people they condemn.

We can’t help but think that Limbaugh’s death and other events like it are a way for these woke warriors to take advantage of the trending hashtags to boost their own social media following. Pathetic.

Truly inspiring


The video speaks for itself. U.S. veteran Jason Zaideman, along with other veterans who work at Operation Combat Bikesaver volunteer their own time and money to put back the lives of other vets who’ve suffered trauma on the battlefield. Jason didn’t get to finish the bike he was building with his combat veteran father due to his death but mixed his ashes in the paintwork to make sure he was part of the finished product. Truly inspiring.

Crash survivor wins $1mn lottery


Despite the tragic loss of a firefighter post the crash of an Emirates 777 in Dubai, a 62yo Indian passenger, Mohammad Basheer Abdul Khadar,who resides in Dubai bought a $1mn lottery ticket at Dubai Airport before his out leg to India. On his return to Dubai he escaped the crashed plane to find out the following week he’d won the prize.

Khadar said he was planning to return to Kerala to retire and would use the money to help children in Kerala who need financial support.He said he earns around $2,200a month, and would continue to work as long as he could.“Nothing else can give you the satisfaction of your hard-earned money!” 

The old adage goes that one should buy a lottery ticket after escaping adversity. It seems one needs to buy one before it.