Bo Snerdley Shares Touching Story about Rush Limbaugh

( Last week, during an episode of “Tucker Carlson Today” on Fox Nation, Rush Limbaugh’s producer, James Golden (AKA Bo Snerdley) shared with Tucker the story of how Rush gave him $5,000 after he discovered that Golden was having some financial difficulty.

Golden told Tucker that while at work, Rush overheard him speaking on the phone with creditors. A short time afterward, Rush asked him to his office and, after saying he didn’t want to pry into his business, asked him if everything was okay.

Golden was hesitant to tell Rush of his financial problems, but after Rush encouraged him to talk about it, he finally admitted that he owed $5,000 which was a lot of money to him back then. Rush told him not to sweat it and everything would work out.

The next day, after Golden got to work, Rush again called him to his office and handed him an envelope with a check for $5,000. Rush told him not to tell anyone he was giving him the money. He told Golden that it wasn’t a loan, but a gift “because good things need to happen to good people once in a while.”

Golden told Tucker that this was long before Rush Limbaugh was a multi-millionaire syndicated radio star and long before Golden’s alter-ego Bo Snerdley ever existed.

Golden capped it off by pointing out that he was just one example of Rush’s generosity, telling Tucker that there are tens of thousands of stories like this.

Golden and Tucker also discussed Rush’s battle with cancer and how, when he told his staff about his diagnosis, Rush felt like he had let them down.

Golden added that Rush Limbaugh “was one of the most exceptional human beings you could ever meet.”

Watch the segment HERE.