After the passing of conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh, many wondered who could possibly ever take his place in the coveted 12 to 3PM time slot.
Then Dan Bongino entered the picture and Cumulus Radio knew exactly who they could air in that wildly popular time slot.
But now Dan Bongino has something to say about Cumulus Media’s vaccine mandate and it’s not good.
Dan Bongino is one of the most popular conservatives on social media and brought a built-in following to his show when he began hosting the midday slot earlier this year.
Now it looks like Bongino might be ready to walk if Cumulus Media doesn’t shape up.
Earlier this week, Bongino announced that if the media company keeps its vaccine mandate in place for employees, he’s out.
This would be a major blow to Cumulus Media, but one has to assume the “powers that be” at the company knew Bongino would have this reaction to the mandate.
“And candidly I’d rather not be here today on this station or on any of these stations. I’d rather just talk to you on my podcast, which is mine. And I do what I want here, too, make no mistake. But I’m doing it because I want something to change and I’m giving them an opportunity to do it. But if they don’t, this is going to be an entirely untenable situation going forward. You really want me on your airwaves every day talking about this? You have a choice. I work with you. I do not work for you. I never will,” Bongino began.
The vaccine mandates are unconstitutional, and quite frankly inhumane, but more and more companies are kowtowing to the Biden regime.
Bongino is one of many on the Right that just won’t stand for it.
According to the host, he let Cumulus know of his ultimatum as a way to stand with workers who do not have a voice and could lose their jobs because they refuse to get the jab.
“You may have had other people in a corner, but you don’t have me. And it’s my obligation given everything I’ve been through health-wise. It’s my obligation to stand up for them. A lot of them their entire livelihood was at risk. I don’t know if you cared about that or you just disregarded it. I don’t know, what did you have, a personal consultation with [Anthony] Fauci or something? They tell you how valuable these mandates are? Again, I don’t know what led you to the mistaken belief that I was just going to sit back and take this and let these people wither on the vine. I’m not,” Bongino concluded.
Bongino should be commended for his desire and his fight to stick up for those who do not have the same platform as him.
The world needs more people willing to stand up for everyday citizens.
Stay tuned to Right News Wire for any updates to this ongoing story.