When Rush Limbaugh passed away, conservative talk radio lost a legend. Limbaugh had been a persistent voice of the American conservative for decades as he lent his voice to his iconic radio talk show that ran during the daytime across much of America. Now, Rush Limbaugh’s widow confirms a rumor that has been circulating online for some time concerning the late king of conservative talk radio.

During an appearance on Glenn Beck’s talk radio show, Limbaugh’s widow, Kathryn Adams Limbaugh, confirmed the rumor that Rush wanted his death certificate to be his final attack against the mainstream media. There have been some people talking about how Rush’s death certificate stated that he was “the greatest radio host of all time,” but it wasn’t until Kathryn appeared on Glenn Beck’s radio show did the truth come out.

Beck wanted to know, on behalf of all of his fans, whether or not it was true that Limbaugh’s death certificate made the blanket claim that he was the greatest conservative radio talk show host of all time. And what Kathryn had to say sums up Rush’s personality in one line.

“Yes,” Kathryn replied, laughing. “We have to be on brand at all times… Another thing that we wanted to do and a way to tweak the media as a final goodbye from Rush, which we know he certainly would have loved.”

Kathryn works as an event organizer professionally. She met Rush back in 2004 after the conservative magnate divorced his third wife, Marta Fitzgerald, during the same year. Kathryn is allegedly a direct descendant of the American Founding Father and president John Adams.

The couple held a wedding ceremony for the ages and even had enough money to pay Elton John to perform at their wedding, which took place in 2010. Beck asked Kathryn about Elton John and she replied that both Sir Elton and her late husband had a lot in common, although they didn’t see eye to eye on politics.

“This may be breaking news, but I believe that Sir Elton John and Rush are actually very, very similar. They had quite a similar demeanor off of their performance personality. I believe that they both were so hard-working they both were at the top of their game, so to speak, they both loved their audience… So in many respects, they were very similar.”

On the first anniversary of her husband’s death, Kathryn said that she believes Rush would be deeply disappointed in America today.

“He would be upset with the United States not being as strong as it has been and should be,” Kathryn told Fox News back in February. “I know he would say it’s not time to panic.”

She added, “It’s never time to panic. Folks, it is never ever going to be time to give up on our country. It’ll never be time to give up on the United States. It’ll never be time to give up on yourself.”

What do you think about Rush Limbaugh’s widow’s words?