Elie Wiesel Passes Away, Donates Hair To Bernie Sanders

Elie Wiesel, holocaust survivor, Nobel Laureate, political activist and author of the book Night, in which he describes his experiences as a prisoner in the Auschwitz concentration camps, passed away July 2nd at the age of 87.

Elie Wiesel: September 30th, 1928 - July 2nd, 2016. His Hair: September 30th, 1928 - ?

Elie Wiesel: September 30th, 1928- July 2nd, 2016. His Hair: September 30th, 1928- ?

While this is a great loss to the world, we can take comfort in the fact that Mr. Wiesel has donated his hair to Bernie Sanders so that at least a part of him can continue the good fight for progressives everywhere.

Bernie Sanders With Elie Wiesel's Posthumously Donated Hair

Bernie Sanders With Elie Wiesel’s Posthumously Donated Hair

“I’m so honored to have Elie Wiesel’s hair implanted on my head,”  Mr. Sanders said earlier.  “It not only makes me feel wiser, it helps very much in keeping my head warm on cold nights.  Mr. Wiesel was a great man.  His hair was also great, and it will live on on my head for as long as I carry breath in my lungs.  R.I.P. Mr. Wiesel, and long live your hair!”

15 thoughts on “Elie Wiesel Passes Away, Donates Hair To Bernie Sanders

  1. Oh, and my damn comments are still going into moderation. If it’s my deodorant please just say?


  2. As a complete aside, Clicking on your avatar does not take me to your blog but to your profile.
    And if I click on your avatar or name on the drop down it gives me a blank page.
    Any clues why?
    Most frustrating, as if you don’t comment and only like I can’t get to your blog without trawling through my reader to find a post.


  3. do you see Bernie passing the hair to someone else in his demise?


  4. Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear. Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair. But Fuzzy Wuzzy didn’t care, cuz Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear.


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