I have covered Sam Brinton before.

He is the gay, non-binary, Senior Executive Service (SES) at the DOE with the puppy play fetish who defends homosexual child prostitution and wears dresses to work, while managing our nuclear waste program.

A whistle blower published a letter that acknowledged that with Brinton’s education and lack of experience, he’s qualified to be a new hire at the GS-11 rate but no an SES.

Selected text:

This letter requests your immediate investigation into substantial irregularities in the recruitmentand selection processes for the career Senior Executive Service (SES) appointment at theU.S. Department of Energy of Samuel Brinton for a highly sensitive position as a senior executivemanager of the nation’s nuclear waste policy and programs. The position title is Deputy AssistantSecretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition in the Office of Nuclear EnergyAs Deputy Inspector General for the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM), yours is thecritical responsibility to assure that statutory and regulatory requirements are followed in the selectionand placement of federal employees. For this reason, this letter is being sent to you.

OPM has issued statutory-based regulations stating that SES career appointments “must be based on merit competition” and ensure that the executive management of the Government ofthe United States is of the “highest quality.” This appeal contends that these merit-basedrequirements have not been met by the review board in the selection of Samuel Brinton overother more highly qualified candidates, nor in the initial recruitment process.

Candidates for SES positions must meet the established OPM mandatory Executive CoreQualifications (ECQs), as well as other Mandatory Technical Qualifications (MTQs) specific tothe position. The foundation of all ECQs is based on the OPM defined “FundamentalCompetencies” for SES positions.Samuel Brinton has no prior federal government experience, no executive management or operationsexperience, training, or skills, nor does he meet ECQ criteria or the fundamental SES competencies.

His background is limited to select advocacy work and an academic background at thegraduate-degree level which together satisfy requirements for the competitive placement of aqualified GS-11 in federal career service, not a high-standing member of the SES.

The lacking core qualifications of Samuel Brinton for investigation should include, but not belimited to the following:

The ECQ for Business Acumen requires knowledge and experience in financialmanagement, human capital management, and technology management. SamuelBrinton has none of the business management experience, skills, or abilities necessaryin any of these functional areas that satisfy this ECQ.

The ECQ for Building Coalitions requires political savvy (e.g., “Perceives organizationaland political reality and acts accordingly”) as well as the ability to partner and influence.  Samuel Brinton does not have the executive-level judgment, experience, or skillnecessary to manage and lead resolution on the exceptionally sensitive issues involvingnuclear waste, nor does his personal or professional history demonstrate the exemplary professional character required of a high-level U.S. government public servant, especiallyone who would be serving in a public trust position, receive approval for a top security clearance, and have access to classified information.

“Interpersonal skills” – This fundamental ECQ competency requires that a member ofthe SES “Considers and responds appropriately to the needs and feelings of different people in different situations.” There is video-taped and published evidence that Samuel Brinton is biased in his treatment of others who do not share his gender-fluididentity and associated life-choice practices.

This is everything that I have said in previous posts.

So why is Brinton being hired this way?

It is more than just checking boxes.

I am reminded of this quote by Theodore Dalrymple:

In my studies of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is …in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A variety of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.

Imagine you are an experienced engineer or scientist at the DOE.

I have worked with these guys.  Believe it or not, many of them are conservative.  Engineers and hard physical scientists tend to be because our work is grounded in reality and data.

You are a MS or PhD, with a dozen years of federal experience.

All of a sudden this guy in his early 30s shows up in a dress, as your Deputy Assistant Secretary making the highest GS pay grade.

He has no experience, has never run a government agency before, and everything is flamboyant and aggressive about his non-binary nature.

You would be humiliated.

I suspect this was the goal.

To drive out that honest, conservative DOE engineers who couldn’t stand to have to go into a meeting and try and respect this unqualified freak as he stands there in a mustache and pantsuit, with them knowing there are pictures of him on the internet petting a man in fetish gear with a rubber puppy mask on and a rubber puppy tail sticking out of his asshole.

I expect to see the DOE hemorrhage people like the DOD did so all that is left are the ideologues who think Brinton is stunning and brave.

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3 thoughts on “Theodore Dalrymple explains the hiring of Sam Brinton”
  1. One must love the all powerful state.
    Destroy all other relationships, including that with one’s work, in order to achieve that goal.

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