Letter: Rush Limbaugh a “God-lent” talent


I miss Rush Limbaugh’s ideas about our deep state of corruption and disinformation, but I feel blessed that he is now in direct contact with God. Can you imagine the substance of their discussions at this level of cosmic powers?

What is the real plan for Americans fighting to keep our God-given constitutional rights transformed and marginalized by the political left? Yes, marginalized by conformity.

Can’t you imagine Rush humbly asking our Lord for a cosmic radio station broadcast from heaven? I can see it now; messages without cancellation approved by God.

These words of wisdom would never be interrupted by interviews, obnoxious protesters or rampant sects, but sound advice stimulating a sense of who our demons really are.

Every morning I’m on my knees asking God to protect us from Demonic Dems, and God knows who I’m talking about.

When former President Trump presented Rush Limbaugh with the Medal of Freedom while Melania draped it around his neck, television media scanned the standing ovation from a cheering American audience.

Of course, there was the demonic Democrat, President Nancy Pelosi, sitting defiantly, pondering how best to tear the president’s speech to a nation.

Just another example of a nominated Catholic mingling only with the demented Joe Biden who claims the title of “staunch Catholic,” but who is an abortion ripper condemned by Catholic bishops and cardinals.

Rush is no longer lent by God, but in his direct embrace, therefore inspired transmission.

No coded transmissions from, say, an underground submarine, but straightforward, straightforward speech without static and devoid of abstractions. Maybe a few suggestions on how to join the herd and avoid Big Tech’s corrected policy laundering. platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.

We are all on loan from God and should speak out without fear of suppression by publishers, public educators, platform monitors, public universities, schools, governors, and tax collectors.

You too can stand upright with the words of James and the blessings of God: “For this person should not assume that a double blind man, unstable in all his ways, will receive anything from the Lord”, James 1: 8

Edward Drum, MD


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