Former Biden Nuclear Official Sam Brinton Nabbed As ‘Fugitive From Justice’ Over Luggage Theft

The “non-binary”  activist who had previously been chosen by President Joe Biden’s administration for an important nuclear role before he was booted from his position after stealing women’s clothing, has once again been arrested, this time as a “fugitive from justice” over the alleged theft of luggage. This guy has all kinds of mental problems and it’s looking more and more like wearing a dress is one of the smaller ones he’s dealing with.

“A neighbor told The Daily Wire that ‘four unmarked police showed up last night, they would not let his spouse Kevin leave. After about an hour Sam Brinton was escorted out in handcuffs,'” the outlet reported.

Rob Yingling, who serves as a spokesman for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, or MWAA, went on to say that airport police “executed a search warrant May 17 in Montgomery County, Maryland, in connection with allegations of stolen property in luggage from Reagan National Airport that was brought to the department’s attention in February 2023. With the assistance of Montgomery County Police, Samuel Otis Brinton, age 35, of Rockville, Maryland, was taken into custody Wednesday pending charges of Grand Larceny.”

Sheira Goff, the spokeswoman for the Montgomery County Police stated, “The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Police are lead on this. Brinton was arrested at approximately 10 p.m. last night in their home.”

Brinton has made an appearance before a judge through closed-circuit television broadcasted from the Montgomery County Central Processing Unit on Thursday afternoon. Judge Victor Del Pino refused to release Brinton and has ordered that he be extradited to Virginia. The former Biden official did not have any legal counsel present, nor were there any members of the press or individuals in the area to offer Brinton support. Which, honestly, he doesn’t deserve in the first place.

A public defender was assigned to speak for him on a temporary basis, though he technically is ineligible for a public defender due to his level of income.

“Mr. Brinton is a nuclear engineer, he is married,” the public defender went on to say. “He works for GeoFission, a nuclear startup. He believes if he is released to turn himself in [to Virginia], he can keep his job… I believe the allegation is stolen luggage.”

How is there someone dumb enough on this planet to marry this dude? I mean I know he’s marred to a dude, but surely there isn’t even a man around who would lack the proper number of brain cells to actually enter into any sort of human relationship with a person this mentally unstable, right?

Del Pino responded, “I will deny the request to turn himself in. Virginia will pick him up. Good luck in Virginia, Mr. Brinton.”

On court documents, Brinton has listed his sex as being “X.”

Here’s more from the DW report:

The former Biden official pleaded “no contest” to misdemeanor theft last month after he was caught on video allegedly stealing luggage at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas. Brinton was initially charged with a felony when police believed he allegedly stole $3,670 worth of items, but he agreed to pay the victim more than $3,500 in restitution and received a suspended 180-day jail sentence, which meant he would serve no time behind bars as long as he stayed out of trouble.

Last year, Brinton was charged with stealing a woman’s suitcase from the Minneapolis-St. Paul airport. Brinton allegedly removed a luggage tag from a navy blue Vera Bradley suitcase bag, dropped it into his handbag, and “then left the area at a quick pace” on September 16, 2022, according to a criminal complaint.

Boy, Biden really knows how to pick ’em, doesn’t he?


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