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Senator Bernard Sander’s handwriting analysis

It was a true honor to have seen Senator Bernie Sanders speak in Albuquerque a few weeks ago. I can’t say I’m not disappointed, I am, but he was a long shot out of the gate, the underdog. And, life isn’t always full of Hollywood endings where the underdog comes from behind and kicks the wicked witches tail. I hope his message has been heard, that things begin to move in a different direction. I’m glad he’s in politics, I’m glad he’ll still stand as Senator of VT.  I wish him all the best, sincerely. So, let’s talk about his handwriting.

This writing is easy to analyze because its simple and consistent. Bernie Sander’s signature is as clear and straight forward as he is. My first impressions of his writing is that his slant is Palmer perfect, in other words, it’s exactly the slant that is taught in elementary school. This particular slant has been referred to as the ‘teacher’s slant’ as people whose writing leans forward slightly (about 2 o’clock on a clock) have the ability to get along with almost anyone. They can touch the very shy or connect with the very gregarious. Bernie Sander’s writing shows that plainly. He has high levels of empathy, and compassion. He is generous and kind.

He had good old fashion values, is no nonsense and not afraid to speak his mind. Optimistic and ideal driven, Bernie Sander’s writing shows he rules with his heart. There are high morals and honesty shown throughout. Average money/power drive. High intelligence is shown laced with a little stubbornness. That is, when he digs his heels in, be ready for a struggle.

His writing is a little boring which tells us he’s an average guy. He likes his privacy and can handle the spotlight. The signature and writing matches which lets us know with Bernie Sanders, what you see is what you get. I looked at everything online I could find that was his writing. It’s pretty consistent stuff. He’s an important player in the Senate and although it looks like the presidential nomination is going to slip by, I’m glad his message has gotten out there to this country. Thanks for reading.

2 thoughts on “Senator Bernard Sander’s handwriting analysis

  1. Love reading your handwriting analysis explanation. Maybe not this time, but his persistence and stubbornness should payoff soon.

    1. Thanks Stacey! and I agree,

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