Sam Brinton, a former official from the Biden administration, once held a key role within the blasphemous Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (SPI). Prior to his disgraceful exit, Brinton was a celebrated figure in the media, primarily for being the first person identifying as “non-binary gender fluid” appointed by the White House. His role included managing nuclear waste policies within the Department of Energy’s Office of Nuclear Energy.
His involvement with the SPI included hosting an assortment of group activities. Fox News highlighted his regular hosting of events such as ‘bar ministry’ gatherings, drag brunches, White House protests, and even a ‘high heel race.’ One notable event was an explicit Easter Sunday celebration in San Francisco in 2019, where scantily dressed men depicted Christ’s crucifixion in a disgusting manner.
Brinton’s recent troubles have overshadowed his past endeavors such as SPI. He made headlines when he was arrested in Maryland as a “fugitive from justice” on charges of theft. This particular incident pertained to luggage worth over $3,670. Police connected this arrest to a 2018 theft at Ronald Reagan Washington Airport. The stolen luggage reportedly belonged to a Tanzanian fashion designer and contained custom designs.