Appearing Wednesday Fox News with host Harris Faulkner, conservative radio host Mark Levin reflected on radio pioneer Rush Limbaugh’s legacy, saying “We’ve lost Thomas Paine, we’ve lost a voice like no other.”
Mark Levin reflects on Rush Limbaugh’s life and legacy:
“It’s a tremendously sad day for those who love this country… We’ve lost Thomas Paine, we’ve lost a voice like no other.” pic.twitter.com/qn4REWaw39
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) February 17, 2021
A transcript is as follows:
MARK LEVIN: We lost a tremendous patriot. I’ve known Rush for 25 years. I want your audience to know how much he profoundly loved them […] An incredibly wise man, a very, very smart man. A dear person. If you thought somebody needed help, he would help them. Nothing like what the liberal media has tried to do to him.
I just want him to be remembered the way he should be remembered. A tremendous patriot of this country who refused to accept the attacks that came