(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Already having made woke history as the first openly gender-fluid official to hold high rank in the Biden administration’s Energy Department, a deputy assistant secretary in charge of disposing radioactive material allegedly took his radical LGBT entitlement to a new level by stealing women’s luggage.
Sam Brinton, last seen making headlines for his fetish for a “pup-training” sex kink, was charged with felony theft last month after allegedly stealing a pricey woman’s luggage bag at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
This is Sam Brinton – a drag queen and LGBTQ+ activist who was just hired to a top level position at the DOE. pic.twitter.com/2zN8s2iMUK
— Libs of TikTok (@libsoftiktok) February 10, 2022
After receiving a complaint about a missing Vera Bradley suitcase from an adult female victim, law enforcement “reviewed video surveillance footage from the baggage claim area and observed Brinton removing” an item that matched the complaint, reported Alpha News.
According to the criminal complaint, “Brinton removed a luggage tag from the bag, placed it into a handbag he was carrying,” and “then left the area at a quick pace.”
Brinton “did not check a bag, meaning he had no reason to visit baggage claim,” Alpha News reported. “Surveillance video showed Brinton leaving with the bag, and having it in his possession during subsequent trips to the airport.”
Who could have seen this coming from they/them? pic.twitter.com/x1AQBRb2qb
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) November 29, 2022
Brinton initially lied to police about any knowledge of the missing bag, valued at a cool $2,325, but later changed his story. Asked directly in an Oct. 9 interview with police if he “took anything that did not belong” to him, Brinton allegedly responded, “Not that I know of.”
That changed to an admission that he did take the bag, but that the clothes inside it were all his, Alpha News reported.
“If I had taken the wrong bag, I am happy to return it, but I don’t have any clothes for another individual,” he told police, after calling them after the first interview and apologizing for not being “completely honest,” according to the complaint. “That was my clothes when I opened the bag.”
Brinton, who wove several elaborate fables concerning how he came into possession of the stolen luggage, was told return the bag to the airline, and eventually to the alleged theft victim, but as of Oct. 27 the victim still had not received her bag, according to Alpha News. Brinton’s first court hearing is scheduled for Dec. 19 in Hennepin County.
Stealing women’s purses and identity.
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) November 28, 2022