CONSERVATIVE radio personality Rush Limbaugh on Monday said that President Donald Trump, who continues to fight the election results, should hold more rallies.
Limbaugh floated the idea in the opening segment of his show and later posted it on his website with the headline, “Take the MAGA Rallies to Georgia, Mr. President.”
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Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh called for more Trump rallies to help Senate Republican incumbents[/caption]
Rush Limbaugh said ‘Trump is still the Republican Party’ and ‘still MAGA’[/caption]
The radio host wanted Trump rallies to boost support for two Republicans trying to hold on to their Senate seats in runoff elections that will take place on Jan. 5.
“I don’t know about you, but I’d kind of like to see President Trump in Georgia. I’d like to see some rallies,” he said.
Limbaugh said he was “not alone” in wanting Trump rallies to help Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler fend off Democratic challengers Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
“We gotta get these seats secured. Otherwise the left is gonna be able to—well, they’re not gonna be stoppable. It’s just gonna be dependent on what they want to do as to how far they go,” Limbaugh opined.
Rush Limbaugh called for more Trump rallies in Georgia [/caption]
Rush Limbaugh said Trump ‘could still go down there and do some rallies and secure those two Senate seats’[/caption]
He added that he thinks “Trump is still the Republican Party. He’s still MAGA. He could still go down there and do some rallies and secure those two Senate seats.”
In a press conference last week, Trump’s legal team “promised blockbuster stuff, and then nothing happened and that’s just not good,” Limbaugh said.
“If you’re gonna do a press conference like that with the promise of blockbusters then there has to be something more than what that press conference delivered,” he continued.
Rush Limbaugh has continued his radio show despite battling advanced lung cancer[/caption]
Rush Limbaugh said Trump’s legal team does not have much time left to show evidence of voter fraud[/caption]
Limbaugh, whose show has been on the air for more than three decades, revealed in February that he was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer.
In May, he opened up about his ongoing cancer treatment and the possibility that it could force him to stop doing his show.
“I’m in the third wave of treatment now. There have been many cycles, but this is the third wave. And this current wave, I have to tell you, is kicking my a**,” he said at the time.
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Despite his struggle, Limbaugh has continued his show and provided commentary on the presidential election as Trump continues to contest the results.
On Sunday, Trump tweeted that signatures on absentee ballot envelopes do not match and that “we will find massive numbers of fraudulent ballots.”
“Fight hard Republicans. Don’t let them destroy the evidence!” Trump said.