Glenn Beck says he’s now cured of that mysterious, non-existent illness that made him sound “crazy,” but that doesn’t keep him from still making long, rambling, bizarre diatribes like this one. He explains how a Nicki Minaj video isn’t kosher and we should all keep kosher (I haven’t seen the video and have no desire to do so; I couldn’t possibly give any less of a fuck about Nicki Minaj).
Saying that the video is “the most degrading thing I have seen,” Beck then sought to explain that this video was somehow a violation of the Torah’s requirement to keep kosher because it was mixing “graphic, awful sex with the images of death.”God commands Jews to keep kosher, Beck explained, because “milk is life” and “meat is death” and so “you don’t put life and death together.” And that is exactly what Nicki Minaj did in her video, Beck said, which is why, when you see it, “every warning bell in you goes off.”
“That’s not keeping kosher,” he said. “You’re mixing life and death. You put those two together, it is the height of evil, okay? That’s what God is trying to tell us with keeping kosher. That’s sacred! Creating life is sacred. Death, not good! Don’t put those two together. Well, that’s what happened. When you see that video, that’s exactly what happened.”
Here’s the video: