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During a January 1998 appearance on NBC's The Today Show, First Lady Hillary Clinton blamed the escalating scandal surrounding her husband's malfeasance in office on a "vast right-wing conspiracy."

As the following months and years would prove, former President Bill Clinton's misconduct was far from a conspiracy—it was documented, litigated, and eventually shown for the world to see during his impeachment.

But, let's consider the use of that phrase—"vast right-wing conspiracy" - during a time when there were hardly any nationally recognized conservative media powerhouses speaking on behalf of Americans for whom mainstream print and television news never represented. Where could something so "vast" as holding a president accountable for his actions come from in a time where conservatives had so few champions on the airwaves?

That is the legacy of the late Rush Limbaugh.

At a time when the left controlled so many levers of power in popular culture and media, Rush Limbaugh came along to stand against the failed status quo.

Rush refused to concede that our founding principles of liberty and freedom had no place in the national dialogue. He was the spokesperson for the modern conservative movement.

Through his golden EIB microphone, Rush spoke passionately about the values and traditions that some of today's conservatives may take for granted. He knew that the battle against an ever-growing government hell-bent on encroaching on our individual liberties was a daily fight. For a time, one of the only places that battle took place was on a radio station between noon and 3:00 PM EST.

Rush staked his claim for conservatives in the national conversation during a time when there was no seat for us at the table. He opened the door for so many of today's political commentators by reminding the nation that, even though bi-coastal media and political elites want to pretend we don't exist, conservative voices deserve to – and must – be heard.

Given his patriotism, humor, and relentless pursuit of truth, it's no wonder that the impact of a single man would be characterized by then First Lady Hillary Clinton as "vast." Given his commitment to shining a light on the conduct of public officials whom the establishment media wouldn't touch, it's no surprise that the aforementioned First Lady hoped to hand wave him away as a "conspiracy."

The loss of Rush Limbaugh is not only a loss for conservatives, but a loss for our entire nation. When national media conglomerates increasingly control what we can and cannot discuss, Rush was a breath of fresh air who encouraged those who felt ignored by the media and forgotten by the elected officials that there's no shame in loving our great country and the values that led to its founding.

He spurred a new generation of freedom-loving Americans who would go on to fight for our values—across the public and private sectors, patriots were emboldened to speak their minds and defend the Constitution against Democrat incursion.

It is impossible to overstate the contribution Rush made to our country's political discourse.

May we honor his memory by keeping his spirit of free discussion alive, so that we never return to a time where one voice challenging the entire liberal establishment may be simply brushed aside as a "vast right-wing conspiracy."

Rest in Peace, Rush Limbaugh

Fox News: David Bossie: Cuomo nursing home deaths scandal should lead to resignation or impeachment – it's that simple

Our nation is now seeing the true cost of Cuomo's disastrous leadership.

On March 25, 2020, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sentenced tens of thousands of New York's most vulnerable residents to die. The now-infamous directive, sent to nursing home administrators, directors of nursing, and hospital discharge planners, forced nursing homes to accept patients who had either contracted COVID-19 or had been exposed to others infected with the virus.

Over the following months frustrated New Yorkers demanded answers about the circumstances that led to the deaths of their loved ones. This determined group of grieving families stood firm and vowed to do what politicians and their allies in the mainstream media refused to do—hold Cuomo accountable.

One of these New Yorkers is Fox News' Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean. Last spring, Dean lost both her mother- and father-in-law as a result of Cuomo's incompetence and negligence.

While Gov. Cuomo secured lucrative book deals, lavished in the praise of a sycophantic mainstream media, and even received an Emmy from left-wing Hollywood for his TV press briefings, Dean and others were pressuring the governor for answers.

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Wash. Times: David Bossie: Trump Derangement Syndrome is still alive and well

President Trump was acquitted by the U.S. Senate on Saturday by a vote of 57-43. The anticlimactic vote came after the former president was impeached by the Trump-hating, Nancy Pelosi-controlled House of Representatives last month on one count of willfully inciting the riot that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.

House impeachment managers could not convince two-thirds of the Senate to convict the 45th president of the flimsy impeachment charge because they couldn't explain away Mr. Trump's own words from Jan. 6, when he said, "I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard."

The Democrats' latest effort to cancel the Trump presidency also failed because 44 senators voted that the entire trial was unconstitutional. The vote demonstrated that you can't impeach a former president since it's impossible to remove them from office if convicted. This common sense notion — as detailed in the U.S. Constitution — was too much for the radical House Democrats to overcome.

Unfortunately, the damage has been done. The Democrats have proven that Trump Derangement Syndrome is still alive and well, even post-presidency. The Democrats still hate the former president more than they love their country. Tragically, impeaching him with little to no debate, no due process and then attempting to convict him after he left office will do lasting damage to our republic.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Trump impeachment trial -- Dems need to wrap up this sham and get to work before it's too late

This is an abuse of power, plain and simple, and the American people are paying close attention

It’s February 2021. The election of 2020 has come and gone. President Donald Trump is not the president of the United States and Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts is not presiding over the U.S. Senate.

So, why are the Democrats holding an illegitimate impeachment show trial after President Joe Biden implored all of us to unite just 23 days ago?

As House impeachment managers closed their weak opening arguments on Thursday, COVID-19 has killed over 473,000 people - including over 73,000 on Biden’s watch - and millions of Americans are still struggling to make ends meet.

But here we are watching the Democrat-controlled Senate sworn-in as a court of impeachment wasting precious time conducting an unconstitutional sham trial of former President Trump.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden and the impeachment charade – it's time for president to step up in name of unity

You can’t support unity and remain silent on big tech censorship at the same time. You can’t support unity and not condemn Antifa at the same time. 

You can’t support unity and sign executive orders canceling your predecessor’s signature policies at the same time. And you can’t support unity and allow congressional Democrats to waste precious time on an unconstitutional impeachment trial of a president who is no longer in office.

Americans are learning that this is the Biden Doctrine. President Biden has a troubling habit of saying one thing and doing another -- and it’s growing old already, just over a week into his presidency.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t end there.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden must report to Congress in 40 days – what will he say?

Biden's partisan staff may feel good about spiking the football on the first day, but it might not be serving the new president well

Joe Biden has been president of the United States for just over twenty-four hours and the Biden doctrine is already coming into focus: say one thing and do another.

Biden's overarching theme at Wednesday's inaugural address was unity and rightly so. He won the presidency by just 43,000 votes in three key states, the U.S. Senate is split down the middle at 50-50, and Democrats have a razor-thin 221-211 majority in the U.S. House.

The 46th president's speech contained all the right words that a divided nation needed to hear.

After all, focusing on unity is critically important to the health of our republic and for future generations. President Biden even went as far to say that the beautiful ideal of national unification is something that lies deep within him.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Georgia Warnock vs. Loeffler Senate debate shows what's at stake for America

Loeffler and Warnock repeatedly drove home the point that the stakes could not be higher. They’re right  

In Sunday’s rare December runoff debate in Georgia, the two candidates for a U.S. Senate seat repeatedly drove home the point that the stakes could not be higher and they’re right. 

Conservative Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and leftist Democratic candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock engaged in a heated debate that showcased their hugely different visions for America’s future in a race that polls show is well within the margin of error. 

Loeffler had an outstanding performance in the debate and made it clear why she should be elected. On the other hand, Warnock failed to make the case why Georgians should risk their vote on his radically liberal candidacy. 

Warnock’s beliefs are far outside mainstream Georgia values. He’s defended and praised Marxism, signed a letter harshly critical of Israel in 2019, and has not answered questions about whether he attended a speech given by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro at the church he worked at in 1995. It comes as no surprise that Warnock refuses to release most of his graduate thesis from Union Theological Seminary. 

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Fox News: David Bossie: Top takeaways from Trump-Biden debate — one candidate exceeds expectations

Joe Biden is a living, breathing reminder that career politicians are great at creating commissions while getting little else done

In Thursday night's final presidential debate, President Trump articulated beautifully why he wants to be our leader for another term.

The president wants to deny radical socialism a foothold in America. He wants to defeat COVID-19 and rebuild the greatest economy the world has ever seen.

He intends to unleash more freedom in our country through lower taxes and fewer regulations, allowing our citizens to prosper.

He wants to finish the border wall and provide competitive, high quality, and affordable health care to the American people, something ObamaCare failed to do. And President Trump will stand up to China to the enormous benefit of the American worker.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Biden must answer these questions at presidential debate with Trump

First and foremost, Biden must be asked about his son Hunter's corrupt overseas business dealings

Thursday night's final debate between President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden is certain to be a historic event just 12 days before Election Day and the culmination of the unforgettable campaign of 2020.

The debate might also go down in history as the last one organized by the existing Commission on Presidential Debates. This year the commission has exposed itself as unfair, biased, and inept. It's time has passed.

The three presidential debates and a single vice presidential debate normally scheduled are supposed to be the premiere primetime events in which the American people can see the candidates up close and personal. But this year it looks like the debate commission is working to give Joe Biden the advantage.

Whether it's a canceled debate, muted microphones, or changed topics, this has become a fiasco. Indeed, the Commission on Presidential Debates can be added to the vast anti-Trump conspiracy along with the left-wing media, academic elite, Hollywood, and an army of deep state bureaucrats.

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Fox News: David Bossie: Liberal media want Biden to become president, cover up report about son’s shady business deals

News organizations like The New York Times, Washington Post, and NBC now behave like pro-Biden Super PACs

The left is desperate to defeat President Trump in his bid for reelection — by any means necessary.

Look no further than Big Tech's censoring of an inflammatory investigative report in The New York Post this week about the shady business dealings of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son Hunter in Ukraine and China.

The jaw-dropping disclosures by the newspaper reveal emails never before made public that detail Hunter Biden’s lucrative and highly conflicted actions with wealthy businessmen in Kiev and Beijing.

It’s now abundantly clear the people who run the social media giants like Facebook and Twitter believe it's their duty to put their thumbs on the scale to help former Vice President Biden defeat President Trump in the November election.

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