If you don’t see a problem with making a character portrayed by a Jewish person a Nazi, you need to sort some shit out.
Are we supposed to believe Finn when he calls Quinn a crazy liar and yells at her about how selfish she is? About how she has everything, and how Rachel has nothing? Last I checked, Quinn Fabray has never had everything. I would love it if other characters would stop negating Quinn’s canon struggles and telling her she has everything she wants. Because even when it looked like she had everything, she really didn’t, which, I repeat for the umpteenth time, was the point of the character. And she certainly doesn’t have everything now, as she’s recovering from a near-death experience and trying to regain her ability to walk. And it’s here where a second layer of insult is added to Quinn’s portrayal in this episode - is Quinn’s status as wheelchair-bound really being wielded to make us suspicious about her intent when it comes to a prom queen vote? It is bad enough that this storyline has thus far been incorporated into the narrative as equal parts non-issue and half-assed romantic storyline with a random. It’s bad enough that the writers are trying to fly the idea that no one is going to physical therapy with Quinn except Teen Jesus. It’s bad enough that Quinn was simply absent for two episodes and seems completely fine when she is present. I’m not sure the fallout from this car accident could have been any more haphazardly handled, unless Quinn died, incorporated as a ghost, and then followed the students of McKinley around, pelting them with wads of chewed gum without any explanation whatsoever.