Biden Administration Official Accused of Second Luggage Theft

Sam Brinton
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 17: Sam Brinton during The Trevor Project's TrevorLIVE LA 2019 at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on November 17, 2019 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Tasia Wells/Getty Images for The Trevor Project)

A troubled Biden administration official, who was appointed to the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Nuclear Energy, has been accused of stealing a woman’s luggage at an airport for a second time this year.

Self-described gender fluid “pup handler” Deputy Assistant Secretary of Energy, Sam Brinton, was put on leave by the department after the official was charged with stealing luggage at Minneapolis-St. Paul Airport on Sept. 16, according to court documents.

Now, Brinton is being accused of stealing luggage on Dec. 8 from Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas, KLAS reported.

A felony warrant reportedly was issued for the Biden official on charges of grand larceny over items with a value between $1,200 and $5,000, according to records seen by KLAS.

A Troubled Appointment

The deputy assistant secretary was in charge of spent nuclear fuel and waste disposal, according to the Office of Nuclear Energy’s website.

Brinton was one of the federal government’s first appointed gender-fluid officials and was granted a top-secret “Q clearance” with a $178,063 yearly salary, in January of this year, according to The National Pulse.

“I lead a staff of hundreds and a budget of millions (with a Nuclear Waste Fund I’m responsible for at over $45 billion) as the leader of the office overseeing the management of the nation’s spent nuclear fuel,” said Brinton in a tweet.

A former drag queen, the DOE official was an LGBTQ+ activist who had “lectured” about “kink” on college campuses and had advocated puppy dog BDSM fetish roleplay for students, The National Pulse reported.

The first arrest in Minnesota reportedly involved the theft of a woman’s blue Vera Bradley suitcase from the baggage claim area at the Minnesota airport, according to the complaint.

Brinton allegedly removed the suitcase’s ID tag after grabbing it from the carousel, according to camera security footage. full story

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