This was Rush Limbaugh's last broadcast of 2020, right before Christmas.
The show was significant in a few big ways. I felt compelled to listen to it about 3 times.
He acknowledged his stage four lung cancer diagnosis, and that he wasn't supposed to live this long. At the end of the program, he mentions that eventually he will be unable to do his program.
He begins and ends the program by expressing his gratitude to the audience and all those who have helped him.
The two main topics of the program were the COVID relief bill and the senate runoff.
A doctor from Sandiego called with his concern about illegal immigrants bringing COVID into the country and spreading it.
One lady called in with a negative perspective feeling that the Democrats have taken over, with fraud, and there was nothing that we could do about it. Rush jokingly referred to her as "Debbie Downer."
In a very candid moment, Rush said that he had spent 30 years telling people about the benefits of freedom and not to vote for liberals, and he felt that ultimately he failed.
An emotional man called in who said that he found Rush's voice comforting because it reminded him of his father. Rush said that he could relate to this because of his relationship with his own father.