With the passing of Rush Limbaugh, conservative talk radio faced a significant loss. For decades, Limbaugh had been one of the most iconic voices of American conservatism, regularly delivering his message through a daytime radio show that reached many across the country. Now, the late Rush Limbaugh’s widow has confirmed a rumor that has been circulating online for some time.

On Glenn Beck’s radio show, Kathryn Adams Limbaugh, Rush’s widow, confirmed that upon his death, Rush wanted his last attack to be against the mainstream media through his death certificate. Some people have been 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.

Out of curiosity and on behalf of his fans, Beck wanted to know if Limbaugh’s death certificate named him the greatest conservative radio talk show host that ever lived. And Kathryn had the perfect response that completely characterized Rush’s personality.

“Yes,” Kathryn said. “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 is an event organizer who, in 2004, met Rush after he and Marta Fitzgerald divorced. She is purportedly a direct relative of John Adams, the American Founding Father, and president.

The wedding was one for the ages, with a star-studded guest list and performances. When Beck inquired about Elton John, Kathryn replied that the icon and her late husband had a lot of similarities, though they didn’t share the same political views.

“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.”

Kathryn said that, if her husband were alive today, he would be deeply disappointed in America.

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

She continued, “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.”