The death of conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday was a tragedy for our nation. Limbaugh was a strong advocate for the importance of traditional American values, and he impacted countless lives with his radio programming.
Rabbi Aryeh Spero knew what an important man Limbaugh was, and he delivered a powerful eulogy and prayer Friday on Steve Bannon’s “War Room: Pandemic.”
“Father of mercy, we come to you today with a heavy heart, sad, with ache and void,” he said.
“We have lost a longtime friend, Rush Limbaugh, a man who believed in us as Americans; a champion and cheerleader for America and its founding,” he said.
“Someone who expressed for us, three hours a day, the deep thoughts and personal emotions that make us who we are, doing so with a voice and pinpoint vocabulary and passion unmatched in our generation.