In these final, emotional hours before the election of a lifetime, Rush Limbaugh has a poignant message to share with fans.
In a video posted to Twitter on Sunday, the conservative radio legend called on his audience to head to the polls on Tuesday and lock in their votes for President Donald Trump. “This is it,” Limbaugh said. “We are all-in for President Trump because he is all-in for us.”
“Vote. It matters.”
Over the course of many years, Limbaugh has built a massive, grassroots audience — the largest in radio — that many say presaged the rise of Trump, who was catapulted to the White House in a populist revolt. Now, as America heads toward a fateful election, Limbaugh, who is terminally ill with cancer, has been advocating tirelessly to re-elect the president through his famous golden microphone — and with earnest messages on his Twitter account.
While optimistic, Limbaugh has been urging Trump supporters to not get complacent about what he, the president, and countless Americans see as an existential fight to save America from a radical agenda of socialism and open borders — just the kind of thing that Limbaugh has spent a storied career warning about.
In a message from Florida on Sunday, Limbaugh called on his devoted following to do their part. “What does all-in mean? Vote. Vote, my friends, that’s all you have to do,” the radio host said. “More people do not vote than you would believe. Vote. It matters. Be part of it, make a difference.”
— Rush H. Limbaugh (@RealRLimbaugh) November 1, 2020
It’s decision time, America
In his own final message to the American people before Election Day, Trump similarly called on voters to “Make America Great Again,” contrasting his outsider candidacy with a corrupt establishment supporting his rival, Washington lifer Joe Biden.
“Every corrupt force in American life that betrayed you and hurt [you is] supporting Joe Biden: The failed establishment that started the disastrous foreign wars; The career politicians that offshored your industries [and] decimated your factories; The open borders lobbyists…that killed our fellow citizens with illegal drugs, gangs [and] crime,” Trump wrote in a Monday tweet. “THEY ALL SUPPORT JOE BIDEN!”
Of course, just like four years ago, the pollsters are confident that Trump will lose.
But there is no mistaking the enthusiasm and love for America and its president that has been building all across the United States as Trump, in high spirits, sprints to Election Day in a final, historic campaign blitz across the states. Trump held five rallies on Sunday, as Limbaugh pointed out, and will have another five on Monday, finishing up in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Indeed, it’s not too late for Trump to pull this off — but the most important thing his supporters can do, says Rush, is vote, vote, vote.