Remembering radio legend Rush Limbaugh, his wife Kathryn shared her personal reflection on his life and legacy in a sit down interview with FOX and Friends’ co-host Ainsley Earhardt. Kathyrn expressed her gratitude for the overwhelming support and prayers they have received from the nation.
Kathryn shared that what she loves and misses the most about Rush is his optimism that “America’s best days are ahead.” Though she added that Rush would say that he was “just a voice on the radio,” Kathryn said that he was so much more, noting that he had a gift of making complex issues easy to understand and his audience truly meant everything to him. Kathryn shared that his “bucket list” was continuing to fight for the people and be the voice they needed.
In response to Ainsley’s inquiry about what Rush would say today, Kathryn explained that though he would be furious, he would tell us “not to panic,” reflecting on his words that “it’s never time to panic. It is never ever going to be time to give up on our country. It’ll never be time to give up on the United States. It’ll never be time to give up on yourself.”