(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) The Biden administration is running cover for its crossdressing nuclear waste disposal chief, after Sam Brinton was charged with stealing women’s luggage from an airport.
Instead of giving a straight answer on whether Brinton, who self-identifies as the first openly “gender fluid” being to hold high rank in government office, would be fired due to his recent alleged criminal activity, the Department of Energy said that he is “on leave,” according to The Federalist.
What Brinton might be doing on “leave” is raising more questions. In addition to his crossdressing, “puppy” training sex kink, Brinton also hosted and keynoted a spanking fetish seminar at a conference after allegedly stealing the pricey women’s luggage.
The Daily Mail reported that Brinton, “who could be facing five years in prison for the bag theft, presented a seminar titled: ‘Spanking: From Calculus To Chemistry.’”
Brinton used the pseudonym Nuclear Nerd for the sex-fetish seminar “LA Leather Getaway,” which was sponsored by CLAW Corp., a national leather charity. According to CLAW’s profile, the Nuclear Nerd has been teaching “Physics of Kink” classes at universities and community events “across the country for years”.
The bio boasts that “They have been active in the kink world since 2013, host monthly kink parties in their dungeon in Washington, DC, and estimate they have spanked over 2,000 cute butts.”
“Sam Brinton is on leave from DOE, and Dr. Kim Petry is performing the duties of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition,” the department said in its statement.
Brinton was charged with stealing a pricey piece of women’s luggage from a Minnesota airport. Evidence collected from the incident included video footage of Brinton taking the luggage. While at first denying the allegation, Brinton later conceded that he took the luggage but it was all a huge mistake.
Despite being told to return the luggage to its owner, Brinton has reportedly not done so. He is scheduled to appear in court on Dec. 19.
Headline USA’s Mark Pellin contributed to this report
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