Tila Tequila defends Hitler in insane Facebook rants

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Maybe Tila Tequila needs to take another look at this posting in the sober light of day. Credit: Getty Images

Last year, Tila Tequila was rushed to the hospital for some terrible reason or another. (News sites said it was either a brain aneurysm, a drug overdose or a suicide attempt.) Radar Online claimed a brain aneurysm made her “think irrationally” and ingest “two bottles of unspecified heavy prescription drugs.” Sources told Radar Online that as a result of whatever happened, she probably suffered “permanent brain damage.”

Well, that alleged brain damage may be to blame for an early Monday morning rant by the faded reality TV star, who posted more than 12 crazy-pants rants on Facebook in a 24-hour period. So crazy, it is hard to write about it in a sensible manner.

“I never said I hated anyone, but just because I feel sympathy, compassion, and forgiveness for others such as Hitler means I am now a monster? All for trying to open your eyes to the truth that Hitler was NOT as bad as he was painted out to be?” she wrote. She then posted a photo to prove that “EVERY ETHNIC PERSON WAS INVOLVED IN WWII… NOT JUST GERMAN PEOPLE!” See? Crazy.

“Blacks, Asians, Jews, Middle Easterners and so on… ALL WERE NAZIS!!! But did you ever hear about this? NO! Because the Zionist Cabal doesn’t want you to know the truth but I will speak the truth for GOD since NO ONE ELSE HAS THE BALLS TO!”

Well then!

Crazy online ranting is nothing new to Tequila this week. Over the weekend, she first raised eyebrows when she blamed Paul Walker’s death on a “ritualistic murder” rather than what it was: a tragic car accident.

“I believe I am the only person on this entire planet who knows what happened I have just kept my mouth shut because there is a lot more to it and of course…. cases like this,” Tila wrote about the mysterious case of Elisa Lam, a 21-year-old University of British Columbia student whose body was found in a water tank at a downtown Los Angeles hotel this year (to catch up on that story, click here). She then equated that death with Walker’s. “I just did not want to draw any attention to myself but I know exactly why they did it and yes it was indeed a ritualistic murder. Just like Paul Walker’s.”



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