Exclusive: Radio Legend Predicts This Man Could Be The Next Rush Limbaugh

New media conservative talk show host Josh Bernstein of The Josh Bernstein Show

Barry Farber is a radio talk show legend, considered one of the greatest of all-time. Amazingly, the 85-year-old conservative icon is still on the air and you can still hear his timeless gems of wisdom, as well as the sparkling memory and elegant knowledge coming out of his silky smooth voice Monday thru Friday.

On a recent broadcast, Barry Farber said that he’s not a gambling man, only admitting to betting once per year — on the Super Bowl (he joked that he hopes that’s legal). But Farber told his audience that where he has had a great deal of success is in selecting the next great thing in talk radio, explaining that when he heard Rush Limbaugh for the first time, he knew that “this one’s going all the way.”

Farber recently had a guest on his show that he compared to talk show greats Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity, saying that he too is “going all the way.” Here’s how Barry Farber introduced his guest:

“You don’t have to ask Sean Hannity if I discovered him. He tells you from time-to-time without being asked. And my pick — I don’t do it every year — I don’t do it every month — I don’t do it every decade — only when the real thing comes along. And it’s my pleasure to bring the real thing to my microphones again.”

New media star “Josh Bernstein is going all the way,” Farber predicted. “I haven’t lied to you yet,” he reminded his audience, which is saying something considering he has been on the air since 1960.

Amazingly, Bernstein performs his weekly internet show without the use of a teleprompter, speaking seamlessly, fluidly taking on and crushing leftist narrative after leftist narrative with a special mix of calmness, assertiveness and utter verbal brutality — hitting much harder than what would be approved of by the false gods of political correctness.

In a PolitiStick exclusive interview, Josh Bernstein explained his style as well as his ultimate goals for his show and career:

“I do my show in a very deliberate fashion. I want to loved by millions and loathed by millions. I do not want to be ‘moderately liked or accepted’ by everyone. Who wants to watch or listen to that? Also, consistency is the name of the game. I am very confident that if you listened to one of my programs from a few years ago, regardless of the audience, it is consistent. I don’t change to fit a different audience and that is why so many people like to watch and listen.”

An example of Bernstein’s aggressive style is shown by his latest episode. Most political analysts and conservative talk show hosts are still giving Obama credit for his intentions, still thinking that perhaps he’s just “wrong on the issues,” or even a “bumbling idiot.”

Bernstein gives no such pass to Obama, and even publicly calls for skipping impeachment and moving directly to treason charges against “Barack Insane Obama,” and makes a very rationale and detailed case — he gives ten very specific reasons — that Obama is a traitor to America (topic begins around the 26:00 mark):

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“I am so humbled to be thought of by such a great man as Barry Farber,” Bernstein told us about Farber singing his praises. “Barry has been on the air for well over 50 years and is ranked as the 8th greatest radio personality of all-time. To even be mentioned in the same sentence as him is truly amazing,” he told us.

We asked Josh Bernstein, whose show can be seen weekly, every Friday at 8:00 PM ET HERE, if he’s settled on picking a presidential candidate and he names two — Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.

“I like ‘Trumpasaurus Rex,’ as I have been calling him, because he reminds me a lot of myself — bold, brash and unapologetic,” Bernstein said about Trump. “I also really like Ted Cruz as I feel he is the only bonafide, true, authentic, reformer conservative in the race still standing,” he opined.

Bernstein recently produced a scathing anti-Hillary Clinton video, playing on her 2008 campaign ad against then presidential candidate Barack Obama, that asks where she was during the “3:00 a.m. phone call” about Benghazi:

Bernstein also is proudly a national spokesman for AMAC, an organization for Americans 50 and over he calls the “conservative alternative” to the Obamacare-supporting leftists at AARP. He encouraged our viewers to join by calling 1-888-262-2006, telling them that “Josh Bernstein sent you” and they will take care of you.

Bernstein has aggressive goals for his program, hoping that within time his currently online only program will be picked up by a major network like FOX News.

“I’m a visionary. And the reason I host a TV show each week is I am hoping a major executive from Fox or CNN or MSN or any other major network sees my show. I hope that they can then ‘envision me’ boosting their struggling ratings and offer me the opportunity to do so.

I am not arrogant or cocky I am humble and so appreciative to all my great fans, however I do feel as though I possess a certain talent and ability that most in the media do not possess.”

America is blessed with to have the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck and others leading the way in fighting the Democrat Media Complex and corrupt big government, and we hope and pray that they are with us for many, many more years ahead.

And while there may never be another Rush Limbaugh, it’s good to know that someone like Josh Bernstein is warming up in the bullpen to be the next generation of new media superstars.

About the Author

Matthew K. Burke
Matthew K. Burke
A former Washington State U.S. Congressional candidate in 2010, Matthew attended the nation’s first modern day Tea Party in 2009 in Seattle, Washington. He also began writing and blogging that year. Matthew became a Certified Financial Planner in 1995 and was a Financial Advisor for 24 years in his previous life. Matthew was one of the three main writers leading a conservative news site to be one of the top 15 conservative news sites in the U.S. in a matter of months. He brings to PolitiStick a vast amount of knowledge about economics as well as a passion and commitment to the vision that our Founding Fathers had for our Republic.

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