But Wait, There’s More; Biden’s DoE Gay Hire Worked on ‘Policy to Hide Student Sex Changes from Parents’

By now, everyone is aware that Joe Biden’s pick for the office of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy is one, Sam Brinton.

While the title DOES sound rather low on the pecking order within the behemoth that is the federal government, the office of Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy is actually quite high as far as status and par are concerned. Something called the SES (Senior Executive Service).

Starting pay for someone just hired to the SES is nearly $130,000, then skyrockets. I won’t bring up the 90 days of leave per year nor will I bring up the 11 months to two years’ worth of “Sabbatical” leave (at full pay and benefits).

But back to the Human Question Mark that is Sam Brinton.

Finally fired only after Brinton was caught red-handed stealing women’s clothes, the media nearly kept hush-hush a whistleblower accusation regarding Brinton getting his job at the Dept. of Energy based in little more than his over-the-top advocacy of the pro-homosexual agenda.

As reported by the everything nuclear website, ExchangeMonitor.com (emphasis mine);

There were “substantial irregularities” in the Department of Energy’s hiring process for a senior nuclear waste management position, an unidentified DOE employee alleged in a recent letter to the inspector general of the federal government’s personnel agency.

In a Feb. 2 letter to Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Deputy Inspector General Norbert Vint, the DOE employee alleged that “prohibited personnel practices” were utilized in selecting Sam Brinton for the position of deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition (NE-8) in DOE’s Office of Nuclear Energy. The letter requested that OPM investigate the matter.

The employee alleged that “undue political influence and preferences were applied” at DOE to select Brinton for the position. The letter also raised concerns about Brinton’s qualifications for a position in the Senior Executive Service (SES) — the class of federal career officials who rank just below top presidential appointees in seniority.

The DOE employee complained that Brinton’s “background is limited to select advocacy work and an academic background at the graduate-degree level which together satisfy requirements for the competitive placement of a qualified GS-11 in federal career service, not a high-standing member of the SES,” the employee said.

Of course, supporters of Brinton point to his Master’s degree in nuclear science and engineering (MIT, class of ’14), as well as his experience in the nuclear field.

First things first. As admirable as a Master’s in nuclear engineering may be… it’s a Master’s, not a PhD. Huge difference.

Now let’s discuss his previous work.

According to a VERY pro-Brinton Wikipedia page, I found that his pre-fed employment is, shall we say, lacking.

Brinton’s Wiki page cites he was previously employed at the Mitch McConnell and Joe Biden-friendly Bipartisan Policy Center as a lobbyist in FAVOR of nuclear energy. Of course, I did some digging. I guess it goes without saying that the Wiki citation is tenuous, at best.

The sole link to Bipartisan Policy Center was a link to the paywalled Des Moines Register. Hmm… I couldn’t seem to find any reasonable or reliable proof that Brinton really was employed there. If anyone has real proof that his human stain in actuality was drawing a paycheck, please share.

Anyhow, the same Wiki page notes Brinton was legitimately employed at the website, DeepIsolation.com as the Director of Legislative Affairs, eventually ending-up as the Director of Global Political Strategy.

Complete w/ riding crop, Sam Brinton, AKA: “Senior Novice Sister Ray-Dee O’Active.”

But here’s the dirty little secret of DeepIsolation.com that the media never mentions; Deep Isolation is hard-core in favor of burying nuclear just as deep into the Earth as possible.

Has anyone told Greta yet? I think not.

While I’m at it, let’s not bypass Brinton’s extracurricular activities in the screamingly anti-Catholic Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence group. As noted by the Creative Minority Report, here’s photographic evidence.

Going a bit deeper, I found that Brinton still (for the time being) has his LinkedIn page still up.

Brinton notes he was also drawing a paycheck from something called The Trevor Project.

Thankfully for us all, reporter Gabe Kaminsky of the Washington Examiner (via MSN.com) is noting that Brinton’s efforts at The Trevor Project greatly contributed to schools purposefully keeping “unaffirming” parents from being notified of students who claim the homosexual lifestyle (emphasis mine);

Sam Brinton, the nonbinary ex-Energy Department nuclear waste official facing major prison time, once helped a nonprofit group craft a model school policy adopted in several states that tells schools to hide alleged gender identity or sexual orientation changes from “unaffirming” parents.

Between 2017 and 2020, Brinton was head of advocacy and government affairs at the Trevor Project, an LGBT group focused on youth suicide prevention, according to Brinton’s LinkedIn. In 2019, Brinton played a role in developing a 37-page booklet titled “Model School District Policy on Suicide Prevention,” which puts restrictions on how much teachers can talk to parents or guardians if their LGBT child is suicidal.

“While parents and guardians need to be informed and actively involved in decisions regarding the student’s welfare, the school mental health professional should ensure that the parents’ actions are in the best interest of the student (e.g., when a student is LGBTQ and living in an unaffirming household),” read the model, which was also published by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the American School Counselor Association, and the National Association of School Psychologists.

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