Florida governor Ron DeSantis is going to show the state’s pride in their long-time resident and talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh.
The State of Florida will lower their flags to half-staff to honor Rush Limbaugh’s memory.
“Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Friday that flags will soon be lowered to half-staff for Rush Limbaugh,” WXTL in West Palm Beach reported.
The proposal was made by Florida Rep. Anthony Sabatini on Wednesday, when long-time Palm beach resident Rush Limbaugh passed away at age 70 after a bout with lung cancer.
Today I sent a letter to Governor DeSantis requesting the lowering of Florida’s flags to half-staff in honor of the passing of a great Floridian—Rush Limbaugh.
Rush was a relentless champion of America and of civic engagement. May his memory live on forever. pic.twitter.com/5vXHbo9mDz
— Rep. Anthony Sabatini (@AnthonySabatini) February 17, 2021
“Dear Governor DeSantis: I want to respectfully resquest that you lower all flags across the state to half-staff in honor of radio icon and great Floridian Rush Limbaugh,” Sabatini’s statement read.
“Mr. Limbaugh was a champion of the constitution, civic engagement, and a true American patriot,” he added.
Governor DeSantis will now honor that request, along with the memory of the late, great Rush Limbaugh.
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