America, rejoice! This is your new Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy!
· · Feb 12, 2022 · NottheBee.com

No, this is not a joke.

Yes, we do deserve the righteous judgement of a holy God.

The Biden administration's new top dog at a key nuclear energy agency is an MIT-trained engineer whose sexual fetishes include tying up his partner while he eats dinner and watches Star Trek.

Sam Brinton was appointed to serve as deputy assistant secretary of spent fuel and waste disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy at DOE last month after serving a stint at the gay and transgender suicide prevention organization the Trevor Project.

"So what?" you say.

After all, what a person does in the bedroom doesn't affect how they lead the nuclear waste management program of the United States of America, right?

I mean, that's what we've been told for the past few decades as our culture's sexual deviancy has gone off the freaking charts! Are we still gonna pretend that's true?

Here's some more about this wonderful new hire at the Department of Energy:

Can you imagine Vladimir Putin waking up to plan his invasion of Ukraine and seeing that this is the new nuclear hire over in the U.S.?

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We should just hang a giant sign that says "Invade Us Now!"

Brinton has a history of promoting sexual fetishes and kinks related to animal role-playing. A post in the student newspaper at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute from 2017 says the nuclear waste expert held a discussion on kinks and sex education at the campus.

Here he is talking about how woke he is, in case you were wondering how dangerous the woke cult is to the health of society:

I have no doubt that Brinton is very intelligent, but intelligence without moral character and wisdom is worth absolutely nothing. The latter two are of infinite value, especially where ATOMIC POWER is involved.


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