Rush Limbaugh’s Replacement Dan Bongino Whines That Joe Biden is Boring and “Terrible For Talk Radio”

Rush Limbaugh was the voice of Conservative radio for decades. He passed away, however, at the same time that Donald Trump was leaving office.

Limbaugh has been replaced on the air by Dan Bongino, a former police officer who frequently appears on Fox News. The shoes he is filling are quite large. Limbaugh has a massive and passionate audience. read more

Trump Appears on Newsmax, Won’t Say if He’s Running in 2024

Since the day he left the White House, Donald Trump has been relatively quiet. The Twitter ban, thankfully, has prevented him from easily communicating with his supporters and dissenters.

But there were two recent events that brought Trump out from hiding. The first was the anti-Trump speech given by Mitch McConnell on Saturday. The other was today’s death of Rush Limbaugh. read more

WATCH: Rush Limbaugh Cheers on Armed Mob Protesting Outside The Home of Michigan’s Secretary of State

While Donald Trump may have won Michigan in 2016, the state is quite blue. Both Michigan senators are Democrats as is governor Gretchen Whitmer and Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson.

But the Republicans in the the state have the propensity to get quite angry when something doesn’t go their way. And when they protest, they usually bring automatic weapons with them. read more

After Referring To Biden As Election Winner, Rush Limbaugh Walks It Back

Conservative firebrand Rush Limbaugh has walked back remarks he made earlier today declaring Joe Biden the winner of the presidential race.

“The guy that won did not have any kind of massive, pro support. He was just the vessel, he was just the recipient of whatever anti-Trump sentiment there was,” Limbaugh said in response to statements made by sports columnist Jason Whitlock, who’d expressed hope President Donald Trump would edge out Biden eventually.  read more

Rush Limbaugh Claims Stay-at-Home Orders Are Destroying Economy “Under Guise” of Saving Lives

Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh claimed stay-at-home orders come at the expense of wrecking the economy in a monologue on his show.

“Are we just going to sit by and watch $22 trillion — that’s the value, that’s the sum total of the GDP, that’s the U.S. economy — are we just going to sit by here and watch it evaporate?” he said on “The Rush Limbaugh Show.” “Because that’s what we’re doing, under the guise of not losing any unnecessary life — meaning we want to try to save as many lives as we can.” read more

New Poll Shows Beyoncé is the ‘Most Divisive’ Celebrity in America

A new poll from Morning Consult shows that in the year 2018 almost everything is political, and even big-name celebrities cannot escape the political ramifications of their words and their actions.

The poll shows that black celebrities who speak out and vocal advocates for the LGBT community are the most politically divisive figures on the Forbes 100 list of the world’s highest-paid entertainers. read more