A Plane Reminiscent Of A Nazi Luftwaffe Has Just Crashed On An LA Highway
A crazy sighting happened on Tuesday when a small plane that seemed to resemble a Nazi Luftwaffe craft crashed on the 101 highway in Los Angeles.
According to KTLA 5, the pilot of the “vintage aircraft with camouflage paint” did not sustain any injuries and was removed from the aircraft. No other vehicles were damaged in the crash.
But what caught people’s attention was the odd symbol that the plane had, which resembled those of a WWII Nazi Luftwaffe.
A plane with the markings of the WWII Nazi Luftwaffe just crashed on a Los Angeles freeway.
Yes, really. https://t.co/03UnzdAg3w
— LeAhhhhhh! 😱 McElrath (@leahmcelrath) October 23, 2018
I thought today had a lot of overwrought Nazi comparisons, but then a Luftwaffe planes started falling out of the sky. pic.twitter.com/XCICy8Nt4U
— Jim Geraghty (@jimgeraghty) October 23, 2018
Wait…is that the Nazi Luftwaffe?! In 2018?!?!?! https://t.co/hKS9i2Rb2a
— Phillip Atiba “Just…Don’t Wear Blackface” Goff (@DrPhilGoff) October 23, 2018
A Nazi Luftwaffe plane just crashed on 101 near LA. Very very meta sign if our times.
— Steve Beste (@stevebeste) October 23, 2018
Looks like a WWII Luftwaffe plane from Nazi Germany that time-traveled to 2018 and crashed upon arrival! 👽🛸 https://t.co/8U8jCED5RX
— media_maniac38 🛸 (@media_maniac38) October 23, 2018
I really need to know if the pilot is a Nazi cosplayer, Nazi enthusiast, or just plain Nazi.
If the pilot was delivering a prop for a movie shoot, I'm glad they're all right. If it was someone who gets a giggle out of flying a 1940s Luftwaffe plane… not so much. https://t.co/gAdZ7grp0P
— (((David Avallone))) (@DAvallone) October 23, 2018
Are we just ignoring the whole thing here where this is a Nazi Luftwaffe plane? https://t.co/TXbVL5VwuH
— Ben K. (@benyankee) October 23, 2018
Looks like a T-6 Texan in Nazi Luftwaffe livery.
Which is some heavy-handed symbolism in this, the worst written timeline. https://t.co/jSNFLhV3Vk
— Andrew Thaler (but maybe a werewolf or something) (@DrAndrewThaler) October 23, 2018