Senate Dedicates Trump Acquittal To Limbaugh’s Life In Public Service

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Rush Limbaugh’s cancer diagnosis is a true tragedy. He is a great man who has done much to expose the truth and advance conservative causes. Indeed, he has bigly promoted the leader of conservatism, President Donald Janus Trump.

He’s been recognized by the President of the United States for his achievements with a meaningless Medal of Freedom, an honor he now shares with other great Americans who have promoted liberty like Walt Disney, Meryl Streep, and Robert De Niro. Now the Senate is set to laud him with equally magnificent kudos.

Mitch McConnell and the Senate Republicans have invited Limbaugh to serve with them with an honorary Senate seat to witness the acquittal and total exoneration of President Trump in the current impeachment trial. The acquittal will, in fact, be dedicated to the legendary political commentator.

McConnell explained the decision best:

“There are few in this country who have done more to advance the reversal of liberal progress in this country than Rush Limbaugh. His steadfastness and ‘let’s step back’ attitude has greatly contributed to bringing people’s hearts and minds back to a better era in certain social policy areas.

He has ignored the criticism of the liberal democrats as they pointed out ‘inaccuracies’ of his vision and has simply soldiered on, oblivious to the consequences of his ideas and the actions that resulted from them. He is a true patriot.

That is why he will sit with us on this great day as we trounce the socialist calls to follow only their vision of the constitution’s intentions and to ignore the greater good to our personal well-being. He knows that the constitution is fluid and was designed to protect the President and his interests over all else.

This acquittal is dedicated to an amazing man. This acquittal is dedicated to Rush Limbaugh.”

Rush Limbaugh, after a lifetime of selfless public service, is finally getting the recognition that he deserves. That it should come so close to his demise is tragic….but better late than never.

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