Rush Limbaugh was once an icon of talk radio and a conservative think leader. After his passing, there was a lively conversation that erupted throughout the country, which was shared by both leftist and right-leaning listeners.
“Who is going to be the next Limbaugh?”
Sure, there would be people who filled in on his radio show, but that doesn’t mean that host is the next Limbaugh. That’d be like saying Adam Lambert is the next Freddie Mercury. Sure, he’s fronting Queen, but he’s no Mercury.
If we’re being completely honest, there is no replacing Rush Limbaugh. His unique personality was hard to duplicate. His way with words, his quick wit, his ability to convincingly convey ideas, and his talent for seeing through the veil of modern political fog to tell you exactly what’s happening is a one-of-a-kind combination that formed the man who was America’s most popular political talk radio show host.
The spirit that Limbaugh embodied in waking up people can be taken up by anyone else.
Joe Rogan does exactly the same thing Rush Limbaugh did. And, whether people like it or not Rogan can be called Rush Limbaugh’s new Limbaugh.
It seems odd to say since Rogan isn’t even a Republican, but Limbaugh’s magic wasn’t that he created Republicans, it’s that he was capable of ripping back the curtain that leftists attempt to place on society and he exposed the “wizard” behind it. Rogan is a good example of this, especially recently.
For instance, his last episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” introduced us to Dr. Robert Malone, one of the fathers of the modern vaccine. It’s here the two exposed some very sinister things behind the creation of the vaccines, the companies who invented them, and the politicians and bureaucrats who pushed it on their people, including our own.
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As Limbaugh did, Rogan faces a lot of criticism and scrutiny from the left because they are afraid that he will lead people to their preferred narrative. They do their absolute best to invent reasons people shouldn’t listen to him, they try to paint him as irresponsible and even stupid. He is the victim of lies and deceitful media. All of it out of fear of his ability to make people listen and learn about things they’d rather them not learn about.
Rogan has a huge following. The numbers show that Rogan was listened to by approximately 11 million people in the third quarter of 2021. For context, Fox News’s Tucker Carlson brought in 3.24 million viewers, and he’s the most-watched cable news host in America. Rogan’s audience dwarfs Carlson’s by leaps and bounds. His enemies estimated that Limbaugh was home to around 15,000,000 listeners. Other sources claim that he had many more.
Let’s be clear. Rogan and Limbaugh couldn’t be more different in personality. They could hardly be considered ideological twins, but they’re very similar in terms of results. People are red pilled by millions. They cause massive amounts of fear to permeate through the left’s narrative crafters. They are unapologetically expressing their views and don’t fear any backlash.
The man currently carrying Limbaugh’s torch is someone few people may have expected or may even accept, but the results are the results.
Joe Rogan has replaced Rush Limbaugh.