In classic Beck style, he issued his standard disclaimer of "I'm not saying that" God caused this disaster to send us a message, but God caused this disaster to send us a message. Please, Fox News, dump Glenn now before it's too late. Please conservatives, dump Glenn now before it's too late.
"We can't see the connections here," he said on his show Monday. "I'm not saying God is causing earthquakes - well I'm not not saying that either!"
"What God does is God's business," Beck continued. "But I'll tell you this...there's a message being sent. And that is, 'Hey you know that stuff we're doing? Not really working out real well. Maybe we should stop doing some of it.' I'm just saying."
Beck continued trying to make a connection between human behavior and the natural disasters that have wreaked havoc in Japan, even casually mentioning "radical Islam" before revealing what he called "the answer."
"The answer is, buckle up!" he said. "Because it's going to be a bumpy ride."
In light of the disasters that have devastated Japan, the Fox host stressed people should follow the biblical Ten Commandments, or what he referred to as "10 rules of thumb."