St. Louis progressives launched an offensive to get Rush Limbaugh off the air at a local AM heritage station. Limbaugh's program is a huge moneymaker for KMOX, along with the Cardinals baseball, without which the station would fall into relative obscurity despite its signal strength.
The results of the offense, if that's what you want to call it, are hilarious:
Limbaugh sells, he's not hemorrhaging advertisers, as Soros sites would like for you to believe, and some of those advertisers are even crawling back to him, only to be rejected for badmouthing him. Badmouthing rush for a trend-of-the-week political stunt or advertise to Limbaugh's audience, which do you think will net a company more business?
Nice try for fascistic quasi-censorship there, progressives, but money talks.