He Did It Again: Felony Warrant Issued for 'Gender Fluid' Biden Official - Accused of Stealing More Luggage


A “genderfluid” Biden administration official is facing yet another round of felony theft charges.

Department of Energy official Sam Brinton is wanted on a charge of grand larceny.

The charge stems from an alleged luggage theft at Harry Reid International Airport, according to KLAS-TV.

This is the second criminal case involving Brinton allegedly stealing baggage from an airport.

Brinton is already facing a felony charge stemming from the alleged theft of a female traveler’s personal luggage at the Minneapolis−Saint Paul International Airport.

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In that case, prosecutors accuse Brinton of taking a woman’s luggage from baggage claims — while recorded on airport cameras.

The Department of Energy deputy assistant secretary was later filmed on camera departing the Minneapolis airport and even returning from a Europe trip with the bag in question, according to a criminal complaint reviewed by the Daily Wire.

Brinton allegedly lied to police following the theft of the bag, initially denying stealing any luggage before calling law enforcement back to admit that he hadn’t been “completely honest.”

The complaint notes that Brinton subsequently claimed ignorance about taking the baggage in question.

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Brinton bragged about becoming the “very first openly genderfluid individuals in federal government leadership” in a June tweet thread acknowledging his service at the Department of Energy.

Brinton currently serves as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition at the federal department.

According to the Washington Examiner, Brinton has been suspended from active Department of Energy duties following his first criminal charge.

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House Republicans have called for his firing from federal employment in response to the first criminal charge, according to the New York Post.

Before his federal civil service, Brinton posted about his personal paraphilia on his public social media accounts.

Brinton hasn’t spoken publicly about either of the criminal charges he’s facing.

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