Just moments ago, Missouri elected officials moved to honor a controversial conservative talker and admitted former opioid addict who died this week.
Let's not forget . . .
Tribute to Mr. Limbaugh stands in the Missouri Hall of Fame, inside the grand rotunda of the state capitol in Jefferson City.
And now . . .
DESPITE POTENTIAL PROGRESSIVE OUTCRY, MISSOURI WILL WILL SOON DEDICATE THE 1ST 'RUSH LIMBAUGH DAY' IN THE NATION!!!
Check the damage . . .
Deets on the legislation that already has many willing co-sponsors lined up and will likely pass without any real resistance:
State Rep. Hardy Billington, R- Poplar Bluff, filed HB 1200 Friday, two days after the death of the conservative icon and radio talk show host.
Limbaugh, born in Cape Girardeau, died after a battle with lung cancer at the age of 70. Limbaugh's radio show aired on more than 600 stations with up to 27 million people listening weekly.
“Rush Limbaugh’s contributions to broadcasting and the conservative movement cannot be overstated. He was, simply put, a legend who cannot be replaced,” Rep. Billington, said. “This is one way we can recognize the outstanding impact Rush Limbaugh has had on our state and country.”
Developing . . .