(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Russian officials mocked the United States for its exaltation of transgender Assistant Health Secretary Rachel Levine and non-binary Deputy Assistant Nuclear Energy Secretary Sam Brinton as heroes, Just the News reported.
Levine and Brinton took a bizarre photograph together last week while visiting the French ambassador’s home, which soon went viral before Brinton took his Instagram account private.
Soon thereafter, Maria Zakharova, a Russian Foreign Affairs communications official, trolled the deviant duo—and America as a whole—asking whether such an image is appealing.
“Answer the question honestly for yourself: Are these the values that you are ready to instill in your children? Or do we still fight for our own?” Zakharova wrote.
Dmitry Polyanskiy, Russia’s United Nations diplomat, also got in on the fun, mocking the United States for its degeneracy and suggesting that America doesn’t even need someone else to make it look bad.
“Keep going that way, our dear American ex-partners!” he wrote. “I don’t think we even need any long-term strategies to counter your malicious role in the world—you are doing the right thing yourselves! And let the whole world see WhoYouAre!”
Brinton—who became the deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy in the Department of Energy last month—has described himself as both a “gender fluid” drag queen, as well as a “puppy play” enthusiast.
The bureaucrat, who makes $178,000, has been given top-secret “Q clearance,” a level at which “the unauthorized disclosure of [sensitive information] reasonably could be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security,” Truth Based Media reported.
Brinton has also gone on the record defending gay prostitution website Rentboy.com, which, as the name suggests, rents out boys to men for money.
“Rentboy.com may or may not have broken the law,” he wrote. “I don’t know.”
“For some, working as a paid escort through Rentboy has been a lifeline out of homelessness, despair, and the dangers of living on the street,” he wrote.