Northeast Nazi: Top 10 tweets
Michael Karkoc, aka the #NENazi. (Photo via Pioneer Press)
Michael Karkoc's Nazi history and possible involvement in wartime atrocities is obviously no laughing matter, but with the aid of 70 years of history and 140 characters, tweeters have been having some fun with the hard to believe news that a Third Reich military commander has been living quietly among us for decades.
For your viewing pleasure, we've compiled the 10 funniest #NENazi tweets we've seen below the jump.
@GOPrincess Of course not. He had Sprint.
-- macguyinnc (@macguyinnc) June 14, 2013
Has anyone at the Gasthof been interviewed about the #NENazi?
-- MnTwinkie (@MnTwinkie) June 14, 2013
A Nazi war criminal has been living in Minneapolis for 60 years? I-394 is punishment enough.
-- Al (@JebusHChrist) June 14, 2013
Minnesota Nazi: All the evil of a regular Nazi, but with an adorable Fargo accent.
-- Warren Holstein (@WarrenHolstein) June 14, 2013
Why travel back in time to kill Hitler when you can catch a Nazi in Minnesota today?
-- Matt Goldich (@MattGoldich) June 14, 2013
Cut that Minnesota Nazi some slack; who didn't burn a village full of women and children in their mid-20's?
-- Jim Grammond (@jgrammond) June 14, 2013
Pfft...Uptown was lousy with Nazis in the late 80s. Nordeasters are a bunch of Johnny-Come-Latelys.
-- Andy Gifford (@andygifford) June 14, 2013
Minneapolis tops the list of best cities for a Nazi to chill.
-- Patrick (@panndder) June 14, 2013
I assume suspicions were raised on NE MPLS Nazi Guy when people found out he didn't like taprooms.
-- RandBall's Stu (@RandBallsStu) June 14, 2013
-- Robert Moffitt (@justplainbob) June 14, 2013
-- Follow Aaron Rupar on Twitter at @atrupar. Got a tip? Drop him a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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