Who Will Take Rush Limbaugh’s Place? Rush Hudson Limbaugh III (/LMB/ LIM-law; January 12, 1951 – February 17, 2021) was an American conservative political analyst who hosted The Rush Limbaugh Show from 1984 to 2021.
During the 1990s, Limbaugh rose to prominence as one of America’s most prominent conservative speakers. Hosting a national television show from 1992 to 1996. While he was one of the highest-paid individuals in American radio history, with earnings of $84.5 million according to Forbes in 2018.
Early Years of Rush Limbaugh
Limbaugh was born to Rush Hudson Limbaugh II  and Mildred Carolyn (née Armstrong) Limbaugh on January 12, 1951, in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. His father was a lawyer and a United States fighter pilot who served in the China Burma India Theater of World War II. While he and his younger brother David were born into a prominent political Limbaugh family. His father was a lawyer and a United States fighter pilot who served in the China Burma India Theater of World War II.
Who Will Take Rush Limbaugh’s Place? Searcy, Arkansas was his mother’s hometown. Rush was originally picked for his grandfather to honor a family member’s maiden name, Edna Rush. Limbaugh had some German ancestors. His grandparents, father, and brother are all lawyers, and his uncle, Stephen N. Limbaugh Sr. Served as a federal judge in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri.
Stephen N. Limbaugh Jr., his cousin, is a judge on the same court, having been appoint by George W. Bush. Rush Limbaugh Sr., Limbaugh’s grandpa, was a Missouri prosecutor, judge, special commissioner, and member of the Missouri House of Representatives in the 1930s. While the president of the Missouri Historical Society for many years.
Rush Limbaugh’s Radio Replacements
According to Themacforums.com, Clay Travis and Buck Sexton have been confirme as Rush Limbaugh’s permanent replacements on conservative talk radio.
The duo will take over the afternoon slot on June 21 to keep it as a bastion of right-wing discourse but from a younger perspective. While the Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show is syndicated by iHeartMedia’s Premiere Networks. Will run on hundreds of radio stations across the country from noon to 3 p.m. ET.
Who Will Take Rush Limbaugh’s Place? Limbaugh died in February at the age of 70. After decades of influence in conservative circles. While during Bill Clinton’s administration. He pioneered a form of talk radio that proved extremely profitable while also contributing to political tensions in the United States.