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Bernie Sanders Has The Best Hair In Congress

It is so free thinking.

Posted on July 18, 2013, at 11:23 a.m. ET

This is Sen. Bernie Sanders. He is a self-described democratic socialist from Vermont.

And this is what the ESTABLISHMENT wants you to think Bernie's hair looks like.

But Bernie told them, "I DO WHAT I WANT."

This is what Sanders' hair looks like in its natural environment.

It is somewhere between Doc Brown.

Mark Twain.

Einstein.

With a little bit of Caesar thrown in.

And when you're in one of his hearings, it will stare you in the FACE.

Bernie's hair changes to match his mood!

It gets nervous when he does.

It can be pensive.

Happy!

Tired Bernie hair.

"Where the hell am I?" hair.

Hopeful.

Accusatory.

And even reared up in anger!

Or if he's feeling batshit crazy, it does this!

YOLO.

Bernie occasionally tries to style it.

But soon after, zero fucks are given.

This is how THE MAN tries to keep Bernie's hair down on TV. "BOOOOO!"

Bernie says, "I'LL JUST GO ON C-SPAN BITCHES!"

His campaign events are terrifying.

"AMERICA! LAND OF THE FREE!"

So here's to you, senator:

The Best Hair in Congress.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.