Conservative talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh passed away in February.
There’s been a lot of speculation over the past few months over who would be named as the new host of Limbaugh’s show.
And you won’t believe who Premiere Networks just named as the new hosts of Rush Limbaugh’s show.
Premiere Networks just announced Fox News contributor and former CIA officer Buck Sexton, along with fellow Fox News contributor and Outkick.com host Clay Travis, would host a new show in the 12-3PM time slot on the stations that carried The Rush Limbaugh Show.
Travis and Sexton have both built large national followings by standing up to censorship and the Radical Left’s push to take over virtually every major institution in America.
Travis’ rise to fame started when he spoke out against national anthem protests, pushed back against the corporate-controlled media’s COVID-19 hysteria, and also publicly attacked ESPN for caving in to the left.
But Travis recently appeared on Tucker Carlson’s program to discuss the new show and also make it clear that he did not see himself as Rush Limbaugh’s replacement.
“We are not replacements for Rush Limbaugh. Because nobody replaces a legend. But what you can do is continue to fight. You know this because you do it every night. There is so much insanity going on in this country right now,” Travis told Carlson.
Travis went on to say that he plans to talk to every-day Americans who are facing censorship for their views but are also afraid to speak out over fear of being canceled or fired by their employer.
“I’m excited to pick up the sword and be able to swing back every single day that all the ignoramuses and the nincompoops and actually be able to stand up for I think a huge number of people out there who worry every time they get on Twitter or Facebook or Instagram and what to share their opinion and then think, is it worth it? […] I think certainly we will speak for a lot of people who don’t feel like they can speak,” Travis added.
Sexton, who is 39, added that he and Travis, who is 42, will bring the younger generation’s perspective to talk radio to help define the message of conservatism moving forward.
“The most dominant talk radio hosts have been from one generation; Clay and I represent the next phase. We’re going to bring the perspective of two guys who see a country they’re deeply worried about, and a massive audience that needs people who will speak for them,” Sexton declared.
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