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Watch: James 'Bo Snerdley' Golden Delivers Emotional Tribute to Rush Limbaugh

The late Rush Limbaugh's longtime call screener, producer, and chief engineer, Bo Snerdley — real name James Golden — gave a touching tribute to the man who invented the conservative talk radio format and saved the AM band in the process more than 30 years ago.

Golden's emotional segment on Fox News host Sean Hannity's program Thursday came after Limbaugh, 70, succumbed to stage IV lung cancer after a year-long battle with the disease on Wednesday. And while he had many friends, many in powerful places, there were no who was as close to, or who knew him as well as, Golden.

 "Rush is to me a second-generation founding father. This went beyond radio. This went beyond politics. What Rush did for America. One man changed so many trajectories in this country," said Golden.

"And beyond all of those accomplishments, Rush Limbaugh was one of the finest human beings that you would ever want to meet," he continued, getting emotional once more as he defended his former boss and friend from false allegations of racism.

"A generous, wonderful, beautiful spirit. Humble, a gentleman. Never failed to thank people for the smallest service that they could do to him. He never looked down on people. It burns me to my soul when people sully his reputation with falsehoods, calling him a racist," said Golden, who is black.

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