Biden Official Guilty, Video Evidence Shows

( According to KLAS News, Sam Brinton, the alleged sneaky thief nuclear officer in the Biden administration, was seen on a security video stealing a woman’s suitcase worth more than $3,670 at a Las Vegas airport on July 6.

Brinton, the deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition at the Office of Nuclear Energy of the Department of Energy, was also charged with stealing a woman’s suitcase from the Minneapolis airport.

A CCTV image from Harry Reid International Terminal depicts a bitter-faced Brinton wearing a white T-shirt with a rainbow-colored nuclear emblem, a black backpack, and black jeans as he rolls the questioned luggage through the airport.

According to a detective’s declaration, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department issued an arrest warrant for Brinton on grand theft charges after he wore the shirt in an Instagram selfie on the same day.

Oops. So much for “sneaky.”

A police report showed the luggage contained $1,700 worth of jewelry, $850 worth of clothing, and $500 worth of makeup.

According to the document, the man exhibited various symptoms of odd conduct when snatching the victim’s suitcase, which are cues suspects typically give off when committing luggage theft. He then grabbed the bag from the carousel and fled rapidly.

The victim, who filed a police report on July 10, characterized her missing bag as a gray “Away” brand “Bigger Carry-On” with a hard shell and a value of $320.

Reports show that Las Vegas Metropolitan Police closed the case as they were Initially unable to identify the thief from the surveillance film. When the Las Vegas investigator viewed media stories of the Minneapolis charge against Brinton on November 29, he recognized the Energy Department employee as the suspect.

Some House Republicans are demanding Brinton’s ouster for the alleged thefts.

Rep. Andrew Clyde of Georgia and fifteen other Republicans sent a letter to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm on Tuesday, demanding Sam Brinton’s resignation and urging Granholm to nominate only the most qualified and motivated individuals to impact America’s energy sector.

Brinton, who faces up to five years in prison for the theft in Minnesota and up to ten years in Las Vegas, was placed on administrative leave when the initial complaint surfaced.

Brinton is not a mentally healthy person.