The White House is in chaos after this Biden official was charged with a felony

Joe Biden’s appointments to the White House have raised eyebrows across the board. But it’s so much worse than even Democrats thought possible.

Now the White House is in chaos after this Biden official was charged with a felony.

The Biden administration has been dealing with scandal after scandal for months now.

Biden’s short-lived “disinformation czar” has now registered as a foreign agent with the United States government.

His Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine, a biological male, was made a four-star admiral in the United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps and even named as one of USA Today’s women of the year in 2022.

But the Biden administration’s circus of appointees is only getting worse now that one of them has been accused of committing a felony.

One of the Biden administration’s first openly “gender-fluid” employees was reportedly charged with a felony last month after allegedly snatching a woman’s suitcase from the baggage claim area at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.

According to a criminal complaint obtained by Alpha News, Sam Brinton, deputy assistant secretary of the Office of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the United States Department of Energy, allegedly removed a luggage tag from a navy blue Vera Bradley suitcase bag, dropped it into his handbag, and “then left the area at a quick pace” on September 16, 2022.

Authorities at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport (MSP) confirmed to The Daily Wire that an inquiry involving Sam Brinton is underway.

Brinton, who has sparked outrage among Americans for his employment in the federal government for dressing in drag and boasting online about his puppy role-play obsession, reportedly landed into MSP with American Airlines shortly before 4:30 p.m.

Brinton flew without a checked bag, indicating he had no intention of claiming a luggage after arriving, according to the lawsuit.

According to the lawsuit, Brinton took an Uber from the airport and booked into the InterContinental St. Paul Riverfront hotel with the blue luggage.

On September 18, Briton returned to MSP and flew back to Washington, D.C. with the same bag.

Records and video surveillance show the suitcase belonged to a female passenger who arrived at MSP on a Delta trip from New Orleans.

According to the report, she contacted police officials on the same day Brinton allegedly took the suitcase that her bag and the contents inside — worth at roughly $2,325 — had gone missing in the baggage claim area.

The criminal complaint states that video security footage from Dulles International Airport in Virginia recorded Brinton arriving from Europe with the bag on October 9, over three weeks later.

Brinton was contacted by authorities the same day and asked if he “took anything that did not belong to him.”

“Not that I know of,” Brinton allegedly responded but later admitted he took the bag that had clothes inside belonging to him.

“If I had taken the wrong bag, I would gladly return it, but I don’t have any clothes for another person.” “When I opened the bag, that was my clothes,” he informed police, according to the complaint.

He allegedly called authorities two hours later and apologized for not being “completely honest,” adding that he took the bag assuming it belonged to him since he was exhausted. According to the lawsuit, Brinton discovered it wasn’t his bag after opening it at the hotel, at which point he “got nervous” and “didn’t know what to do.”

Briton allegedly told officials that he retrieved the garments from the suitcase in the hotel room and returned to D.C. with the bag because leaving the luggage at the hotel would have been “weirder.” Authorities, however, stated that no clothing was retrieved from the hotel room.

Brinton is due to appear in Hennepin County court on December 19.

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