• Re: Top Republican senator demands Biden fire 'gender fluid' official c

    From Lock Them Up!@21:1/5 to governor.swill@gmail.com on Sun Dec 4 02:59:20 2022
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    In article <stmdru$11060$18@news.freedyn.de>
    <governor.swill@gmail.com> wrote:

    ...Queers cannot be trusted.

    A prominent Republican senator has called on the Biden
    administration to fire an LGBT activist who identifies as non-
    binary over being recently charged with stealing luggage.

    Sam Brinton, a man who identifies as non-binary and dresses in
    women's clothes, serves as deputy assistant secretary for Spent
    Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy in
    the Department of Energy under the Biden administration.

    Sen. John Barrasso, who serves as ranking member of the Energy
    and Natural Resources Committee, sent a letter to Energy
    Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Tuesday expressing “serious
    concerns” regarding the “felony theft charges brought against”

    “It is in the interest of both the Department’s mission and our
    national security that the Deputy Assistant Secretary’s
    clearance be immediately revoked. Additionally, the Department
    should undertake all necessary steps to terminate their
    employment immediately,” wrote Barrasso.

    Barrasso cited an earlier letter from July, stating that it was
    “imperative” that “executive branch officials are free of a
    history of conduct unbecoming of federal service.”

    “I am requesting that you immediately launch a comprehensive
    review of the Department’s security clearance adjudication
    process and report to me the findings no later than February 1,
    2023,” he continued.

    Brinton was appointed to the senior position in the Energy
    Department in June, announcing his new role in a post to Twitter
    earlier this year, which showed him wearing women’s clothing.

    In November, Brinton was charged with felony theft after
    allegedly stealing a woman's designer luggage from the baggage
    claim at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport back in
    September. The luggage by designer Vera Bradley is worth $2,325.
    The woman's clothes that were in the suitcase are now missing.

    “[Brinton] removed the blue bag’s tag and put the bag tag in the
    handbag they were carrying,” read the court documents, as
    reported by the Washington Examiner. “Defendant then left the
    area at a quick pace.”

    Brinton reportedly used the stolen suitcase for a trip to Europe
    before being contacted by authorities in October regarding the

    In response to the allegations, Brinton claimed back in October
    that he did not steal the bag, but took it by mistake.

    “If I had taken the wrong bag, I am happy to return it, but I
    don’t have any clothes for another individual. That was my
    clothes when I opened the bag,” Brinton claimed, according to
    the Examiner.

    The Energy Department put Brinton on leave pending the result of
    the investigation, with a hearing scheduled for Dec. 19,
    according to the Daily Mail.

    An MIT graduate, Brinton previously garnered controversy earlier
    this year over social media posts depicting him engaging in
    sexually fetishistic imagery and actions.

    “In a White House bent on normalizing ‘queer culture,’ Sam
    Brinton's appointment as deputy assistant secretary of spent
    fuel and waste disposition is par for the deviant course,” wrote
    Family Research Council President Tony Perkins in an op-ed
    published by The Christian Post in February.

    “But to everyday Americans, who thought they were getting a
    ‘moderate’ president, the picture of our newest government
    official standing over a man in a dog collar is a poorly-timed
    reminder that voters elected anything but.”

    https://www.christianpost.com/news/senator-demands-biden-fire- gender-fluid-official-charged-with-felony-theft.html

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