So he's actually endorsing four to eight years of dysfunctional government. But that, he argues, is preferable to what could happen to America under Trump.
"The alternative [to Clinton] does not offer a moral person the same opportunity. If one helps to elect an immoral man to the highest office, then one is merely validating his immorality, lewdness, and depravity."
And it's hard to disagree with him there - even if taking sides against Beck has become an involuntary reflex.
But it's not what Beck said that's really important. It's the fact that he's the one saying.
Glenn Beck is the guy who claimed Barack Obama was racist against white people and white culture, accused Al Gore of using climate change as a ploy to take over the world, and drew so many comparisons between his political enemies and the Nazis that the a group of 400 rabbis once admonished Beck for diminishing the memory and the meaning of the holocaust.
So the fact that Beck has now become the voice of reason for conservative Americans shows just how insane the 2016 election has become.
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