Biden’s nuclear waste baggage snatcher Sam Brinton was finally fired, but why did it take so long?


New to PJ Media:

News broke Monday night that Sam Brinton, the gender-fluid, forthright, puppy-playing deputy assistant secretary for waste disposal and spent fuel in the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy, has finally been fired. A Department of Energy spokesperson said briefly: “Sam Brinton is no longer a DOE employee. By law, the Department of Energy cannot comment further on personnel matters.” And that was that. Brinton will pack her necklaces, high heels, and miniskirts into one of his newly acquired suitcases and head out of the building. But the timeline makes it clear: Old Joe Biden’s handlers really wanted to keep Sam on the team, and they only fired him after he turned into the PR disaster he should have been in the first place.

Consider, for example, the fact that it was November 28 when Alpha News first revealed that Brinton had been arrested for stealing a woman’s luggage at the Minneapolis airport. Brinton stole the bag on September 16; after being identified from airport surveillance footage, Brinton was questioned about the theft on October 9. Brinton was charged with felony robbery on October 27.

Karine Jean-Pierre stood before the sycophants of the White House press and revealed that the administration’s most prized non-binary appointee, the man who had proudly announced that he would be “the first gender fluid person in the leadership of the federal government”? Serious character flaws and consequently fired from his sensitive position in connection with nuclear power? She does not.

Brinton was not only not fired, but the White House said nothing at all. A month went by and no one had any idea that there were friends in the Department of Energy. Now imagine if a Trump administration appointee at any level had been charged with felony theft and the White House had said nothing for an entire month. There would have been another round of impeachment proceedings.

In this case, however, there was nothing, even after the theft of Brinton’s luggage became public. Then, on December 8, 8 News Now reported that Brinton did it again and had received another theft charge for baggage theft at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas.

What is Brinton’s fascination with baggage theft? Some have suggested that the women’s clothing he wears comes from bags stolen from him. Hears tweeted on June 29: “A secondary goal is to bring as much fashion as I can to the DOE haha.” Y after: “I am happy to say that I never pay more than $20 for my fashion. Most (like the monkey) are Goodwill finds! Or maybe baggage claim finds: he claimed that when he opened the bag he stole in Minneapolis, lo and behold, the clothes inside were his.

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