Jackson wasn't the only celebrity to ponder who's side God was on. Others feel it may be divine providence that the storm has appeared just in time for the GOP Convention.
Vice President Joe Biden said, "It certainly appears to be more than a coincidence that a hurricane is heading toward Tampa Bay the same time the Republican Party is scheduled to be there. Sounds like to me that God doesn't want the convention to happen."
Modern Family actress, Ellen Barkin, gleefully retweeted the sentiments of one of her followers: "C'mon #Isaac! Wash every pro-life, anti-education, anti-woman, xenophobic, gay-bashing, racist SOB right into the ocean! #RNC"
Tampa Bay priest Father John Raines said, "The Republicans have brought the scourge of Issac upon us. God is upset that a Mormon is running for President. This is his way of warning us that he does not want a heathen President. If I was Mitt Romney I would not show up."
Asked for a response, Tampa Bay Mormon minister, Wally Martin, said, "It is irresponsible for someone to say God is against Mormons. If God was prejudice he would have blown Iran off the map years ago. God does not get involved in elections. Besides, everyone knows he is busy this time of the year helping Christian football players win their games."
God could not be reached for comment. However, TheDiggerer is scouring multiple twitter accounts claiming to belong to God -- and we will report anything that appears to be an official response.