Ex-Biden Official Linked To Controversial Anti-Christian Invitation

Sam Brinton was a “nonbinary” former Department of Energy official under the Biden administration who was widely known for his bald head, flamboyant, androgynous dress style, and being a luggage thief.

The LGBT activist who handled the DOE’s policy on disposing of nuclear waste was captured as a “fugitive from justice” at his Rockville, Maryland, home on charges of stealing another woman’s luggage, this time at Reagan National Airport in Washington.

According to Fox News, a representative for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) Police stated the latest arrest was connected to the suspected theft of airport bags. This is the third time Brinton has been accused of something similar.

After the third strike dust settled, Brinton once again made his way into the news –

Fox News reported on Thursday that Brinton used to work for the libertarian anti-Catholic organization Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, which had been invited to the Dodgers’ June 16 “pride month” event before being disinvited.

Before he became one of the very first openly genderfluid individuals in federal government leadership, he served as the group’s chief executive officer from its inception in 2016 through 2018, according to tax documents obtained by Fox News.

The San Francisco-based national organization has a local outpost in Washington, DC.

However, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are receiving the greatest media attention several hundred miles south in Los Angeles.

Earlier last month, the Dodgers asked the group to attend their LGBT “Pride Night” celebration. Protests about the group’s ridicule of Jesus and the Catholic Church led to the invitation being revoked on May 17. (Their drag queens dress as nuns and address each other as “Sisters” as if they’re members of a religious order of anti-chastity, and that’s not even the worst thing they’ve done to the church.)

In an interview with “Sister Lida Christ” of the Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence in December 2020, Brinton, who was also the leader of the D.C. chapter of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, said that he viewed the members of that group as “to be like gods and goddesses.”