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After the recent death of beloved radio host Rush Limbaugh, a massive hole has been opened up in the realm of conservative broadcasting. One that many are afraid may never be filled.

But, according to a new report, GOP star Dana Loesch is definitely going to try her best to do just that.


As The Hill reports:

Conservative talk radio host Dana Loesch says she isn’t trying to fill Rush Limbaugh’s shoes. But she’d obviously love it if people started thinking of her that way…

In a press release announcing her deal, it said the contract solidifies Loesch, the former spokeswoman for the NRA, as the “heir to the Limbaugh throne.”…

According to the trade publication “Talkers,” Radio America recently reported that “The Dana Show” has replaced “The Rush Limbaugh Show” on several stations, including KURV-AM in McAllen-Brownsville, Texas; KJNO-AM/FM in Juneau, Alaska; and KJMT-FM in Little Rock-Pine Bluff, Arkansas…

In the Radio America press lease, Loesch welcomed Limbaugh’s “loyal listeners to the ‘Dana Show.’” She told The Hill that she believes her “happy warrior” approach sets her apart from the rest of the talk radio competition.



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graceythecat
graceythecat
1 year ago

Those are awfully big shoes to fill. Hopefully she has the stamina.

Sue
Sue
1 year ago
Reply to  graceythecat

Sorry folks. They may get a stand in, but NO BODY will replace Rush!

vinnie
vinnie
1 year ago

I was under the impression that Dan Bongino was tapped for this slot

Bill
Bill
1 year ago
Reply to  vinnie

He was and is,
Dana is on her own competing with Dan Bongino.

Dan Tyree
Dan Tyree
1 year ago
Reply to  Bill

She’s hotter than Dan but can she deliver?

Casey
Casey
1 year ago
Reply to  vinnie

If you are a conservative you know two things:

  1. Rush is not replaceable;
  2. Competition is a GOOD thing.

While Rush can never be replaced, it is good that we have a few other Conservatives trying to fill that void.

Tim Kuehl
Tim Kuehl
1 year ago
Reply to  Casey

I hope they’re not competing in the same time slot.

James Hutchins
James Hutchins
1 year ago

Awesome