On Monday night, Sam Brinton, the in-your-face, genderfluid, dog-playing, Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Office of Nuclear Energy was fired. A Department of Energy spokesperson stated tersely that Sam Brinton was no longer an employee of the DOE. The law states that the Department of Energy can’t comment on personnel matters. Brinton will put his necklaces, high heels, and miniskirts in one of his new suitcases and run out of the building. The timeline shows that Old Joe Biden’s handlers wanted Sam to stay on the team and fired him only after he was a public relations disaster.
It’s official. As of June 19th, I now serve my nation as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy in the Department of Energy. pic.twitter.com/zLq3Bf97X2
— Sam Brinton (@sbrinton) June 29, 2022
For example, Alpha News reported that Brinton was arrested on Nov. 28 for stealing a woman’s luggage at Minneapolis airport. Brinton took the bag on September 16th. After being identified by airport surveillance footage, Brinton was questioned on October 9. Brinton was arrested for felony theft on October 27.
Karine Jean-Pierre went before the White House press sycophants to disclose that the prized non-binary appointee of the administration, the man who proudly claimed he would be “the most gender fluid person in federal leadership,” had been found to have serious character flaws and was therefore dismissed from his sensitive nuclear energy position. She did not.
Brinton was not fired and the White House also did not say anything. It was a month later and nobody knew that there were any problems at the Department of Energy. Imagine if any Trump appointee had been charged with felonious theft, and the White House had not said anything for a month. Another round of impeachment proceedings would have taken place.
However, in this case, there was no evidence, even though Brinton’s luggage theft became public. 8 News Now reported on December 8th that Brinton had done it again and was facing a felony theft charge. This time, the luggage theft occurred at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas.
Brinton is fascinated by stealing luggage. Many have suggested that Brinton’s women’s clothes are made from his stolen bags. On June 29, he tweeted: “One side aim is to bring as many fashions as possible to the DOE, Haha.” Then he added: “I’m happy to report that I never pay more than $20 for my clothing. The majority (like the jumpsuit), are Goodwill finds!” Or perhaps finds from the baggage claim. He did claim that he found the clothes in the bag he had stolen in Minneapolis when he opened it.
Brinton was not fired by the administration, regardless of the fact that Brinton was convicted of a second felony. Rep. Andrew Clyde (R.Ga.), stated on Dec. 9: “If these allegations are true Sam Brinton’s misconduct is worse than we thought — signaling a pattern of criminal behavior which is disqualifying to serve the Department of Energy or influence policy Rep. Sam Brinton is a career civil servant. The DOE stated that if a DOE clearance holder was charged with a crime, the case would immediately be reviewed by DOE personnel security officers. This review could depend on the circumstances of the case, result in suspension or revocation.
In an article in the UK’s Daily Mail that slouches before the current gender madness and refers repeatedly to Sam Brinton as “they”, the Daily Mail also states that the White House “has repeatedly refused to comment on this scandal, claiming that it is not a political issue.”
It is a political issue as evidenced by the lengthy delay in firing Brinton. The White House would prefer to have faced genuine journalists asking questions about Hunter Biden’s laptop than having to fire one of their showcase diversity hires. However, no lessons have been learned. Biden’s handlers won’t stop hiring people to show off the Left’s favorite causes, rather than for their merits or confidence. Sam Brinton’s luggage and other baggage were only a bump on the road to our glorious future, which is inclusive diversity and inclusion.