Rush Limbaugh announced today on his show that he will bequeath his 100 million dollar fortune to the Ivanka Trump 2024 presidential campaign after he passes. Last month he was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer caused from exposure to windmills. Rush said that he thought about giving the money to Donald’s campaign, but he knows that he has 2020 in the bag already. Rush just wants to make the best of this bad situation by leaving behind a good legacy for future generations. He went on to say:
“I know many people are saying that cigars caused my cancer, but they just don’t like the idea of personal responsibility. It is their fault. These hateful crazed left wingers gave me cancer, They push for these windmills, and once these windmills are built I get cancer. This is no coincidence. Big Windmill is using these brain-dead liberals to get what they want. And what they want is money and power and to silence people like me.”
There is much truth to this claim. Just last year President Trump said that windmills are bad because they can cause cancer and kill our precious national bird, the bald eagle. This is what the president had to say on the issue:
“These so-called wind mills, they’re very bad. They cost so much money. More money than you people can imagine. And you have these people. These windmill people. They want to put these ugly windmills in your backyard! They want to ruin your property value. And many people tell me the bald eagle is going extinct because of these things. You see they fly into the blades and that’s it. No more eagles. Worst of all they cause cancer. We don’t know what these things cause. The sound waves and the vibrations. Really bad stuff, It causes the worst cancer you can think of. We need to bring back the clean coal jobs that Obama got rid of.”
It’s a very sad day when you learn a true patriot like Rush gets cancer, but at least he is making something positive of it by donating his hefty fortune to the campaign of Ivanka Trump. We just hope that the nefarious Big Windmill is finally exposed and brought to a swift end.