Ex-Biden Energy Department Official Meets His Fate After Luggage-gate

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 A shocking story circulated on the internet revealing a never before heard scandal, obviously coming from the Biden Administration. Remember Sam Brinton, the male government official who l dressed in women’s clothing then proceeded to steal their luggages at airports? Well, he has met his fate in court.

The left-winged media is always quick to paint conservatives as criminals, but what about those on their own side? Samuel Brinton, a disgraced former Biden Energy Department official, has pleaded no contest to stealing luggage at Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas. But get this – he will serve no jail time!

Brinton agreed to pay the victim more than $3,500 in restitution and received a suspended 180-day jail sentence, meaning that he will not spend a day in jail if he stays out of trouble.

In December, Brinton received an arrest warrant for grand larceny with a value of between $1,200 and $5,000.

Police initially charged Brinton with a felony when they thought the amount involved was $3,670, but he ultimately pleaded no contest to misdemeanor theft, which is less than $1,200.

After dressing in drag and boasting about his puppy role-play fetish online, Brinton came under fire in November of last year for allegedly stealing a woman’s luggage in Minneapolis.

American Airlines reported that Brinton flew into Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport just before 4:30 p.m. on his return flight from Washington, D.C. Brinton traveled without a checked bag, indicating he did not intend to claim one after landing.

According to one complaint, Brinton checked into the InterContinental St. Paul Riverfront hotel with a blue bag after leaving the airport in an Uber.

Let’s see what Greg Gutfeld had to say about this hilarious joke of a story.

Having avoided the felony charge in Las Vegas, Brinton avoided a prison sentence of up to ten years.

It is possible that he could face five years in prison and a $10,000 fine if convicted on a felony charge in Minnesota.

Well folks, we would say there’s hope of him getting a felony charge in Minnesota but let’s not hold our breath here. Minnesota is still left leaning, don’t be surprised if they decide to award him with a parade for showing those women who’s the man. Gone are the days where if you stole anything you went to jail. At least that’s still the case for us common folk if we choose to vote Republican, God forbid we campaign for Trump, that’s a life sentence.

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