Craziness from the far-right infotainment network is hardly new, but it's rare that someone reaches a level of such craziness that it inspires an Internet meme.
As has already been well documented, craziness is nothing new for Beck, though this latest development is, literally, Beck's usual craziness squared.
Despite being an avid conspiracy theory enthusiast who generates them out of nothing and promotes them fanatically, Beck appeared to have taken the high road for the first time in his life when he disavowed the Sandy Hook truthers.
The Sandy Hook truthers are a sect of pro-gun supporters that have chosen to believe the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary never happened, that it is part of an elaborate conspiracy theory to allow the government to confiscate all guns, and have taken to harassing witnesses and the victims' families via phone and e-mail.
In what at first appeared to be a rare display of wisdom (and maybe even a confession), Beck warned his listeners how conspiracy theorists distort the facts, push their lies and convince otherwise rational people to believe in the conspiracy and not trust anyone.
"If I'm Satan," said Beck, "this is how I do it every single time."
Sadly, this was not a moment of enlightenment for what had previously been a very sick man. Instead, Beck has presented a new theory that the conspiracy theories are actually part of a larger conspiracy.
"Wouldn't you rather have them talking about that conspiracy," Beck asked, "than what the Federal Reserve is doing? Than what our Federal government is doing?"
Let me repeat that: Glenn Beck's theory is that the conspiracy theories are all part of one great big conspiracy.
The concept of something occurring within another of itself is already embodied in two Internet memes. "Yo dawg," based on Xzibit from the show "Pimp My Ride", and the other drawing inspiration from dreams within dreams as they were depicted in the movie "Inception".
With Beck's latest theory literally being conspiracy theories as part of a conspiracy theory, either meme could be easily applied.