Biden's groundbreaking Department of Energy hire, the gender non-binary Sam Brinton, is facing up to five years in jail for allegedly stealing a woman's suitcase from the airport.
Wow, who could have guessed that this psychologically confused and unstable man who has lived an extremely privileged life as a protected class would stoop to this level of immorality?
I think Chris Rufo puts it perfectly.
Sam Brinton, a senior Energy Department (DOE) official, was charged with stealing a traveler's luggage in the Minneapolis airport in September, shortly before quietly taking a leave of absence.
Brinton — who serves as the DOE's deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition — allegedly took a Vera Bradley suitcase worth $2,325 from the luggage carousel at the Minneapolis St. Paul Airport (MSP) on Sept. 16, according to a criminal complaint filed on Oct. 26 in Minnesota state court and obtained by Fox News Digital. Brinton had traveled from Washington, D.C., to MSP that day.
Grand Old Memes gave us a hilarious image of what that looked like:
After the suitcase's owner alerted police, officers reviewed video surveillance of the carousel and identified Brinton taking the luggage before removing its tag identifying the owner, the court filings stated. Law enforcement observed Brinton using the luggage during at least two other trips to Washington, D.C., on Sept. 18 and Oct. 9.
I mean, look at Mollie Hemingway's summary of this story:
There's no reason behind this crime other than just pure thievery. He didn't check a bag, he, apparently, literally just wandered over to baggage claim in order to find expensive luggage to steal.
He probably found some new outfits as well.
(Quoted portion below uses gender-neutral they instead of biologically and linguistically correct "he.")
Then, on Oct. 9, Brinton denied stealing anything when a police officer called to discuss the incident. Brinton confirmed still possessing the suitcase.
"If I had taken the wrong bag, I am happy to return it, but I don't have any clothes for another individual," Brinton told the officer. "That was my clothes when I opened the bag."
Two hours after the phone call, Brinton called the officer back and apologized for not being "completely honest." But Brinton said it was a mistake and blamed being tired for taking the wrong bag at the carousel.
"DEFENDANT said when they opened the bag at the hotel, they realized it was not theirs," the court filings stated. "DEFENDANT got nervous people would think they stole the bag and did not know what to do. DEFENDANT stated they left the clothes from the bag inside the drawers in the hotel room."
Brinton was ultimately charged with felony theft of a movable property without consent, a charge that could result in a five-year sentence, $10,000 fine or both.
Brinton didn't even check a bag and initially lied to the police, claiming it was his bag with his clothes in it. Then, when he realized the jig was up, he said he accidentally grabbed the wrong bag.
This person is a liar in his everyday life and a thief, not just of luggage, but of identity.
Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillon, sums this story up well: