Conservative radio personality Glenn Beck has warned that gay rights groups “are becoming nothing but a terrorist organization.”

During his radio program, Beck, 50, weighed in on the resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich.

Eich stepped down as CEO on Thursday over a $1,000 donation to the campaign to approve Proposition 8, California's 2008 voter-approved constitutional amendment restricting marriage to heterosexual couples. Proposition 8 stood until last year, when the Supreme Court left in place a lower court ruling knocking it down.

(Related: Brendan Eich steps down as Mozilla CEO over past support for Proposition 8.)

“It's being celebrated that somebody who donated $1,000 six years ago has lost their job now,” Beck said. “So, in addition of a ton of outrage by gay groups and activists over Eich's donation … By the way, I hope that 'gay' is currently the accepted term. I don't know if it's homosexual and I don't know if it's queer.”

“I think, I think the accepted word is 'gay' – I don't know anymore!” Beck screamed.

“Because you keep changing all the rules, depending on how you feel. Or is it that it's not that you feel that way. It's that these groups are becoming nothing but a terrorist organization. That just by changing the language I can lose my job, if I say homosexual, or gay, or queer. I could lose my job. And so you never know. And so you keep everyone in fear. Is that what it is?” (The video is embedded on this page. Visit our video library for more videos.)

(Related: Gay marriage foe NOM launches Mozilla boycott.)