Hitler cat says "Before calling someone a Nazi, make sure they're actually a Nazi."
Famous people love to compare other people to Hitler and the Nazis, and this list proves that. But why can't celebrities resist making irresponsible and ignorant Nazi analogies? Here is a theory: they're dumb. That class of pampered peacocks are drooling doofuses when it comes to either history or appropriate rhetorical devices.
First off, historically speaking, you'd be hard-pressed to find an organization as ruthlessly competent as the Nazis. The sheer global magnitude of their malevolent carnage is unprecedented. So give the devil his due. If you're going to compare someone to the Nazi Party, then they have some big, blood-slicked jackboots to fill. Anyone who has a basic understanding of history should know this. While we're on this topic, there is never any reason to express any sympathy for Hitler. He was a madman whose paranoia, cruelty, and arrogance overshadowed whatever talents he might or might not have had.
Also: it goes without saying that the first person to invoke the Nazi Party or Hitler has lost whatever argument they are in. This is a fact. Unless the argument is about who was more evil, Himmler or Goebbels. The the correct answer is "Both of those Nazi bastards were evil." Playing the "Nazi card" is just crying Uncle. It means you're not smart enough to win whatever debate you're in.
The following celebrities all made public references to Nazis and Hitler, and therefore, deserve to be mocked accordingly.