Ted Nugent Reacts To The Death Of Rush Limbaugh, ‘One Of The Wittiest Guys That Ever Lived’

Initially gained recognition as the lead guitarist of The Amboy Dukes, Ted Nugent opened up about the recent loss of conservative radio host Ruch Limbaugh during his live streaming via Facebook and expressed his heartbreak by stating that he was the smartest and wittiest person that ever lived.

As you might know, Rush Limbaugh was a famous radio personality, conservative political commentator, and a best-selling author, widely known for being the host of his radio show ‘The Rush Limbaugh Show.’ Throughout his career, Limbaugh expressed controversial opinions about the LGBTQ+ community, feminism, and sexual consent in addition to denying climate change and supporting  U.S. military interventions in the Middle East.

Rush Limbaugh passed away on February 17, 2021, at the age of 70, due to numerous complications of his lung cancer as his wife, Kathryn Rogers Limbaugh, revealed. Limbaugh was a former cigarette smoker and was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer on January 20, 2020. He had previously questioned the connection between smoking and cancer deaths, stating that smokers were not at any greater risk than people who eat carrots.

During a recent Facebook Live, Ted Nugent revealed his opinions about Rush Limbaugh by stating that he was one of the smartest and wittiest guys that have ever lived in addition to expressing his sadness by referring to his loss as unbelievable.

In addition to this, Nugent also praised Ruch Limbaugh by stating that he presented self-evident truth, logic, common sense in addition to being a representation of how somebody can be the best version of themselves. Nugent also stressed the fact that Limbaugh will always remain as the perfect symbol for the United States.

Here is what Nugent said:

“What an unbelievable loss we are experiencing today. What a superhuman being Rush Limbaugh was. Yeah, one of the smartest guys that ever lived. One of the wittiest guys that ever lived. One of the greatest street fighters ever in the media or anywhere. What a truth, logic, common sense, we the people, life, liberty, pursuit of happiness, American Dream celebratory patriot Rush Limbaugh was.

It’s perfectly understandable why Rush had the most popular media career in the history of media — because he represented self-evident truth, logic, common sense, and that positive spirit of being the best that you can be, that battle cry of excellence, that the greatest quality of life available to mankind in the history of the world was as an American, America.

Rush Limbaugh will remain the perfect symbol for America — as perfect as the American flag, as perfect as ‘The Star-Spangled Banner.'”

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