CREEPY BIDEN’S Drag Queen, Now Biden Staffer, Defended Underage Gay Prostitution Website Raided by Feds in 2015 Article

At first I thought that I should not post this disgusting article. But then I felt that it’s better to know the WICKEDNESS in Biden’s administration.



When Sam Brinton was tapped for a position at the Department of Energy in February, the new Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear Energy was already a controversial hire.

Brinton, who is a “gender-fluid” drag queen, calls the national COVID czar “Daddy Fauci” and bragged in his bio that he “has worn his stilettos to Congress to advise legislators about nuclear policy and to the White House where he advised President Obama and Michelle Obama on LGBT issues. He shows young men and women everywhere he goes that they can be who they are and gives them courage.”

He’s also what’s known as a “pup handler.” No, that’s not someone who works with abandoned puppies at the local shelter. I wish I didn’t have to explain this, and you’ll probably wish you didn’t have to read it, either, but here goes: In the gay kink community, there’s a subculture devoted to men who like to pretend they’re dogs and men who like to pretend they’re the “dog’s” handler.

After he held a discussion on the kink community at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2017, the student newspaper wrote that he regaled them with stories about “how he enjoys tying up his significant other like a table, and eating his dinner on him while he watches Star Trek.” I’m guessing that’s about as PG-13 as this sordid tale gets.

At the time, the controversy merely had to do with Brinton’s curious lifestyle choices. Some defended him because he was normalizing something they wanted normalized. Others acknowledged he was an odd duck, but none of this stopped him from carrying out his job. The final camp noted (correctly, in my view), that a man desperately in need of serious and intensive psychiatric intervention was being put in charge of safely storing spent fissile material from nuclear power plants — a sensitive position that could be filled by any number of people who don’t engage in bestiality role play.

The debate over the wisdom of Brinton’s hire has taken a decided turn, however, after a 2015 piece he wrote defending a gay prostitution website notorious for featuring children resurfaced earlier this week.

The National Pulse, a conservative publication helmed by former Breitbart staffer Raheem Kassam, first reported on the piece’s existence on Tuesday.

In “The Real Ramifications of the Rentboy Raid,” published in LGBT outlet The Advocate, Brinton argued federal officials shouldn’t have raided the offices of and shut the service down, even as he acknowledged those behind the gay prostitution website may have broken the law.

Just so we’re clear, wasn’t being shut down solely for being a sexual supermarket — although it certainly was that. In the argot of the gay subculture, a “rentboy” is a younger man who has sex with older men in exchange for money. As for the question of how youngwe’re talking here — well, part of the problem is that seemed to have a “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy.

In a 2016 indictment, prosecutors said that employees called the company’s age-verification process a “gray area” and that it “did not always remove advertisements when the advertisers failed to provide identification” of the individual’s age, The National Pulse reported.

“In one case, after an escort agency failed to provide photo identification for an escort, a RENTBOY.COM employee advised the escort agency that he had deleted photographs with the face of the subject escort, but left the advertisement online and left photographs that showed only the escort’s body,” the indictment read.

“In another case, after a different escort agency refused to provide identification for several escorts who appeared underage, the same RENTBOY.COM employee ‘suggested to [him] to crop the faces of those super young escorts.’”

This was especially true in the Asia market, where prosecutors said the company “failed to comply with its own standards requiring age verification” and ignored “employees [who] complained to RENTBOY.COM management about the quantity of underage escort advertisements.”

“RENTBOY.COM employees reviewing Asia advertisements were also told by the defendant Jeffrey Hurant and other RENTBOY.COM managers to apply lesser standards in doing age verification of Asia-market advertisements,” the indictment read.

One email mentioned in the indictment read, “In Asia ok to approve them … unless you see a baby … :)”

The CEO of would eventually plead guilty to promoting prostitution.

In his piece for The Advocate, Brinton said the raid was “a devastating assault on some of the most vulnerable members of our community” and that “the dissolution of Rentboy is more dangerous than the website ever was.”

“ may or may not have broken the law. I don’t know,” he wrote

“But I do know, from the frantic emails filling my inbox, that the raid on its headquarters has thrown many gay, bisexual and transgender young adults into turmoil as their main source of income has been ripped away due to irresponsible and archaic views of sex work.”

The young prostitutes, Brinton said, were “reaching out to me because of my passion for ending conversion therapy, a set of the dangerous and discredited practices linked to severe depression, substance abuse and even suicide.

“The connection is horrifying: Many of the young men were forced into conversion therapy by their families — the families to which they may now have to return without a steady income. This makes it my issue.”

“The rent boys weren’t harming anyone. But now these young men might have to return to communities and homes which have rejected who they are. And that’s when the real danger begins,” he wrote in conclusion.

Brinton, an MIT grad, is hardly a stupid man. Throughout the piece, he assiduously avoids mentioning anything about underage prostitutes. It doesn’t take much to read between the lines, however.

The individuals contacting him “may now have to return” to their families or “return to communities and homes which have rejected who they are.” Sure, adults do move back in with their families under exigent circumstances — but one can make a reasonable inference from Brinton’s language that he’s not entirely concerned whether these young men have reached the age of majority yet.

It’s worth noting, too, that Brinton’s concerns are almost entirely of a bourgeois, American-centric nature. The fact may have facilitated child sex trafficking in Asia either didn’t occur or didn’t matter to him — so long as young men running away from families subjecting them to conversion therapy could make a buck selling their bodies online.

In short, the piece makes it impossible to cast Brinton as a flamboyant dandy bringing a splash of Weimar, Germany, to the D.C. Beltway. It’s one thing to have esoteric sexual preferences, but quite another to enthusiastically cosign the practices of while acknowledging they may have broken the law. Online meat markets cheapen sexuality and leave deep scars that take a lifetime to heal — and that’s just for adults.

As the indictment alleged, didn’t necessarily know nor care whether the escorts using the service to sell themselves had even left childhood behind. But, Brinton thought it was a profitable tool for these young men to escape conversion therapy for a life of prostitution — which he saw as a fair exchange. Someone that morally adrift should not be in the Biden administration. SOURCE

We have all known for years that Creepy Joe seems like the stereotypical pedophile; smelling young girl’s hair as he attempts to touch these girls.

We have seen these young girls cringe and move away from him in disgust.

So, what did we expect from a pedophile’s administration??



REST OF GGS LEVELED: Crews Level Rest of Georgia Guidestones after Damage From Explosive Device


Authorities are investigating after an explosion destroyed the Georgia Guidestones in Elbert County, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said. 

They said “unknown individuals” detonated an explosive device at around 4 a.m. on Wednesday. The Elbert County Sheriff’s Office responded to discover the explosion destroyed a large portion of the structure, they said.

According to multiple people nearby, the explosion was heard in the area and even shook their homes. Some shared images showing debris near the stones. 

11Alive’s Dawn White reported from the scene in Elbert County in the evening that crews had gone in to level the remaining standing parts of the Guidestones.

Video from the scene showed construction equipment and the stone blocks in a rubble heap.

© Provided by WMAZ-TV MaconCrews level rest of Georgia Guidestones after damage from explosive device


Georgia slabs called satanic by some torn down after bombing

ATLANTA (AP) — A rural Georgia monument that some conservative Christians criticized as satanic and others dubbed “America’s Stonehenge” was demolished Wednesday after a predawn bombing turned one of its four granite panels into rubble.

© Provided by Associated PressLaw enforcement officials walk around the damaged Georgia Guidestones monument near Elberton, Ga., on Wednesday, July 6, 2022. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the monument, which some Christians regard as satanic, was damaged by an explosion before dawn. (Rose Scoggins/The Elberton Star via AP)

The Georgia Guidestones monument near Elberton was damaged by an explosive device, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said, and later knocked down “for safety reasons,” leaving a pile of rubble in a picture that investigators published.

Surveillance footage showed a sharp explosion blowing one panel to rubble just after 4 a.m. Investigators also released video of a silver sedan leaving the monument.

After prior vandalism, video cameras connected to the county’s emergency dispatch center were stationed at the site, said Elbert Granite Association Executive Vice President Chris Kubas.

The enigmatic roadside attraction was built in 1980 from local granite, commissioned by an unknown person or group under the pseudonym R.C. Christian. 

“That’s given the guidestones a sort of shroud of mystery around them, because the identity and intent of the individuals who commissioned them is unknown,” said Katie McCarthy, who researches conspiracy theories for the Anti-Defamation League. “And so that has helped over the years to fuel a lot of speculation and conspiracy theories about the guidestones’ true intent.”

© Provided by Associated PressPolice tape blocks off the damaged Georgia Guidestones monument near Elberton, Ga., on Wednesday, July 6, 2022. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the monument, which some Christians regard as satanic, was damaged by an explosion before dawn. (Rose Scoggins/The Elberton Star via AP)

The 16-foot-high (5-meter-high) panels bore a 10-part message in eight different languages with guidance for living in an “age of reason.” One part called for keeping world population at 500 million or below, while another calls to “guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.”

It also served as a sundial and astronomical calendar. But it was the panels’ mention of eugenics, population control and global government that made them a target of far-right conspiracists.

The monument’s notoriety took off with the rise of the internet, Kubas said, until it became a roadside tourist attraction, with thousands visiting each year.

Brothers and sisters in Christ, something is not allowing me to finish this article. We all know that AP is Leftist. I just wanted the readership to know that the GGS was leveled.