Biden’s Nuclear Drag Queen Stole Women’s Clothing

Sam Brinton, bald head and lipstick on his mustache, was promoted from “Kink Activist” to “Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition”.

The drag queen who has been known to wear red dresses and high heels, and calls himself “they”, was celebrated as the first “genderfluid” person in the federal government. Now he has reportedly taken a leave of absence after stealing a woman’s luggage and her clothes.

According to Alpha News, Brinton flew into Minneapolis-St. Paul from Washington D.C., where he grabbed a woman’s luggage at the airport and walked away with it.

He opened up her bag and put her clothes in the drawers of his hotel room.

“If I had taken the wrong bag, I am happy to return it, but I don’t have any clothes for another individual. That was my clothes when I opened the bag,” Brinton, who belongs to a drag queen group known as the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, told police.

The stolen clothing still hasn’t been returned.

Biden’s nuclear drag queen wasn’t just stealing the identity of women, but had allegedly escalated to actually stealing their clothing.

While Brinton is in theory a career employee, serious concerns about his honesty and the political agenda behind his appointment were raised about it at the time.

A Department of Energy whistleblower had claimed that “undue political influence and preferences were applied” led to Brinton, who described having intercourse with other men who roleplay as dogs, getting an unmerited high-level position in the federal government.

The whistleblower letter noted that the drag queen had been picked “over other more highly qualified candidates”. It pointed out that Brinton’s “background is limited to select advocacy work” and lacked the credentials for a “high-standing member” of the Senior Executive Service.

Brinton has been brought in by the Biden administration after spending four years as a political adviser at a nuclear waste management company and another four years working as an activist for a gay rights group.

The Biden administration had attempted to track a mentally unstable political activist who, since completing his education, never seems to have worked in an apolitical scientific capacity, for an extremely high-level career Department of Energy position.

Now, with Brinton on leave and potentially facing charges, they have a mess to clean up.

The DOE whistleblower’s letter had warned that Brinton had integrity issues, noting the “extensive video-recorded and documented evidence that Samuel Brinton delivers inconsistent narratives in his speaking engagements and published writings, that he changes facts to suit audiences in a way that raises questions about the veracity of his statements.”

The Biden administration, which had illegally colluded to promote Brinton, ignored the obvious evidence of his mental instability and all the bright red flags that had been waved over his head.

And wrapped around his waist.

The nuclear drag queen was their latest identity politics acquisition, posing in high heels around D.C., appearing at dinners with red lipstick on his mustache and boasting about breaking ground as the first genderfluid federal employee. Ever since conservatives have taken to criticizing drag queen performances, Democrats doubled down by sending drag queens to schools to sexually groom vulnerable children. And the Biden administration decided that it needed an official drag queen of its own to show off its commitment to sexual identity politics.

Conservatives had been raising their own questions about Brinton’s honesty as far back as a decade ago when he had been touring as a gay rights activist calling for a “conversion therapy” ban by relating fantastical stories of being electrocuted to cure him of his tendencies.

As the Massachusetts Family Institute pointed out at the time, “consistent with his presentations across the country, he was full of graphic details but thin on specifics.  He never names the therapist who supposedly treated him, and can’t seem to get his timeline straight.”

But the media refused to fact check Brinton because he was telling them what they wanted to hear. His success as an activist propelled him up the ladder all the way up to landing a position as the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition. Brinton had become too big to fail. And now he has in a way that is publicly awkward for his enablers.

But he’ll recover.

The Left has worked hard to mainstream debauchery and thievery. Brinton appears to have brilliantly brought together two forks of the agenda combining the radical politics that have put drag queens in schools and legalized shoplifting and looting in cities across the country.

Brinton, who was described as boasted of having “inspired young kids by wearing stilettos to Disney Land”, just united Black Lives Matter with his Trans Lives Matter marches.

Having started out by metaphorically stealing women’s clothing, Brinton zeroed in by stealing a specific woman’s clothes to add to his extensive wardrobe of summer frocks, gala gowns and high heels. With the stolen luggage contents estimated at over $2,000, he’ll have new looks to wear at D.C. events through fall and well into winter without having to bust his budget.

The federal government already steals from Americans. Brinton just cut out the middle man.

All of this is wrong, but if the acolytes of the Left have proven anything, it’s that they are unable to define a right or a wrong. Nor can they recognize mental illness when it’s wearing a red dress.

Brinton is the perfect poster boy for a movement that has lost its morals and its mind.

Recently, he posed with Richard ‘Rachel’ Levine, the former Pennsylvania Health Secretary, who doomed countless nursing home residents to cruel COVID deaths while pulling his own mother out of a nursing home. As a reward, Biden made Dick a four-star admiral the same way he made Brinton into a top nuclear official. In a society gone mad, madness is a career ladder.

The real nuclear waste isn’t deep underground, it’s walking the streets of Washington D.C.

Bill Gates-sponsored Alex Sigal from Durban, South Africa may know much more about “origins of Omicron” that he lets on.

The world’s next major Covid variant is poised to be more severe than the mild strains that are currently world-dominant, according to a new study. 

The ultra-infectious Omicron strain emerged almost exactly a year ago and its mutated spinoffs have risen to the top in virtually every country in the world.

They are far milder than the older versions of the virus and many researchers believed they represented a kind of end game for Covid’s evolution, which like many viruses before it, mutate to be more mild so they can spread more easily. 

But researchers in South Africa say the virus still has the potential to get deadlier after examining an immunocompromised HIV patient who harbored the virus for half a year.

Over time, the virus evolved to cause more cell death and cell fusion, leading to increased inflammation in the lungs. These effects more closely resembled those of the ancestral Covid strain than the Omicron strain, according to Professor Alex Sigal, the virologist who led the study. 

The patient studied is one of the longest known sufferers of Omicron, which itself is widely believed to have evolved in someone with a severely weakened immune system.

Immunocompromised people cannot adequately clear out infection, which allows the virus to continually replicate and mutate in their body over time, before spreading to others with its new alterations.

Still, the findings from South Africa represent just one theory about the future of Covid’s spread and protection gained through vaccination and prior infection puts the US – and world – in a stronger position to beat back another deadly surge. 

The finding comes amid warnings that China’s unrelenting Covid outbreak could spawn a doomsday variant which has the potential to send the world back to square one in its fight against the virus.

China’s draconian ‘zero-Covid’ policy has driven economic hardship and residents back into isolation. Cases have doubled within a fortnight across the country, where the pandemic began almost three years ago. A record 40,000 people are now testing positive every day, with millions subject to restrictions.

Washington Post Describes Sympathetic Play About Pedophiles as “Brilliant” and “Scintillating”

The Washington Post is under fire after publishing a glowing review of an off-Broadway play which appears to sympathetically portray child sex offenders.

Downstate, written by Bruce Norris, is being shown at the Playwright Horizons theater throughout December 22. The play is set in group home for sex offenders in southwest Illinois where the audience learns the life stories of four pedophiles — Fred, Dee, Felix, and Gio.

Fred abused two of his preadolescent piano students, Dee abused a boy while acting in a production of Peter Pan, Felix molested his own daughter, and Gio was convicted of statutory rape. All four of the main characters are shown as struggling with life and what is characterized as the undue burden of social stigma due to their offense history.

Fred in particular is portrayed as struggling to live in a wheelchair due to an injury sustained after being attacked in prison, while Felix is served up to audiences as a tragic figure after being prohibited from contacting the daughter he molested.

The play initially premiered in 2018, and, according to a Chicago Tribune report at the time, the Steppenwolf Theatre was anxious to run it due to perceptions it was too sympathetic to pedophiles, but did so anyway.

The production and its large cast were sponsored by the funding of Powerball lottery winner Roy Cockrum who wanted to support “massive, out-of-the-ordinary artistic projects.” Cockrum has also funded a play titled “2666,” which depicts a brutal rapist and murderer’s crimes against young women in graphic detail.

Among Norris’ other works include a play titled Domesticated, which first premiered in 2013. Domesticated is centered around a politician who is caught in a hotel room with a prostitute dressed as a schoolgirl. In that play, which was described as “very juicy,” the woman suffers brain damage and falls into a coma after either falling or being pushed and hitting her head.

Following the recent return of Downstate to the post-COVID stage this month, theatre critic Mark Peters published a shockingly positive review in The Washington Post that is now attracting ample backlash.

In a review dated November 23, Peters called the play “brilliant,” and “scintillating,” describing Norris’ “provocative efforts” to go for the “societal jugular” as resulting in one of the best theater evenings of 2022. Peters tells readers that Norris’ depiction of these predators, who have completed their prison terms, causes audience members to “seizes on [their] reflexive response to these crimes and [shift] emotional focus to the perpetrators.” 

Although admitting the offenses each of the four men committed as heinous, Peters considers the moral question Norris presents- of whether the punishments for their crimes are harsh and inhumane- as one that our “retributive correctional culture would rather not have to debate.” Peters also lauds Norris for his portrayal of one of the offenders’ victims, a man named Andy, as “disagreeable.”

Peters describes Andy’s visit to confront his childhood abuser as an “indulgent marinating in self-pity.” Peters also insists that this play “will be a stunning demonstration of the power of narrative art to tackle a taboo, to compel us to look at a controversial topic from novel perspectives” for many theatergoers.

On November 27, The Washington Post tweeted a link to Peters’ review, which rapidly accumulated massive backlash. As of the publication of this article, the tweet has over 1,300 primarily furious replies, compared to just 180 ‘likes.’

Users on Twitter have been quick to push back against the glowing review, with some recounting their own experiences with childhood sexual trauma in response to the sympathetic way in which pedophiles are portrayed in both the play and Washington Post article.

Some users weren’t only upset about the glowing review, but the fact that Norris’ play was being shown in the first place.

“The fact that the play got made is already a problem. Calling it ‘brilliant’ is disgusting. The part where you wanna burn it all down is when the [Washington Post] described the character of the victim as ‘the most disagreeable character’ who is played ‘irritatingly well,’” former heavyweight boxer Ed Latimore wrote.

Other users are taking the opportunity to call attention to what they described as a “mainstreaming” of pedophilia by major mainstream media, academia, and even corporations.

Luxury fashion house Balenciaga was under fire just last week after launching an ad campaign that featured photos of young children holding teddy bears donned in BDSM gear. Although Balenciaga has since apologized for the campaign and scrubbed the photos following massive outcry, the incident sparked a discussion about the apparent normalization of pedophilia.

There have been multiple controversial incidents over the past year with respect to prominent academics seeking to “destigmatize” pedophilia or “minor attraction.”

Last November, an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, was forced to resign after the public discovered she had interviewed with a controversial organization many describe as “pro-pedophile.” Walker had appeared on Prostasia’s now-defunct podcast to promote her book titled “A Long, Dark Shadow: Minor Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity.” Walker faced sustained backlash after it was discovered her PhD thesis had entertained theories about giving pedophiles “high quality child pornography” to curtail offending.

Following her departure from Old Dominion, Walker joined the Moore Center for the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse as a postdoctoral fellow.

But Walker was not the only person in a position of influence pushing what some have described as “dangerous” theories regarding humanizing pedophiles.

In June, Reduxx revealed that a prominent Norwegian academic and activist had called for pedophilia to be taught in high schools as being an innate sexuality.

Ole Martin Moen, a gay man who identifies as “queer,” currently serves as a member of the advisory board on Norway’s Patient Organization for Gender-Incongruence (PKI), a social and political lobby group for trans rights. In 2018, one of Moen’s essays titled “The Ethics of Pedophilia” appeared in The Palgrave Handbook of Philosophy and Public Policy, a textbook widely available at Universities across the globe.

“When you were 11, it is not unlikely that you were sexually attracted to prepubertal children… the mental state of finding children sexually attractive is very common,” Moen wrote in the essay.

Moen also called for information on pedophilia to be taught in schools, suggesting “a certain percentage” of high school students had an innate pedophilic sexual identity.

Purolator firing workers over outdated COVID policies

Purolator, whose largest shareholder is Canada Post, has sent out letters firing employees who refuse to share their personal medical records with the corporation.

“The only thing the Purolator’s COVID policy existed to do was to stop the spread of COVID-19,” says Vincent Favreau. “Purolator now knows the shot did not, and does not stop transmission of the virus. While other employers are bringing employees back and in some cases providing back-pay, Purolator is firing people,” says Favreau, who was sent home without pay on January 10, 2022. He received a letter severing his employment on November 26th.

“It’s time for Purolator to get updated on the science, as so many other employers are now doing.”

Favreau says he emailed Purolator with questions about its new demand that he “attest” to his vaccination status, but his email was not taken as proof that he was not abandoning his position.

152 – In Search of Noah’s Ark – Part 1 / Digging Up The Past – Francois DuPlessis

Where is Noah’s Ark? Is it still in Turkey atop Mount Ararat? Why has no one found it? This lecture explores the mystery behind Noah’s ark. Francois DuPlessis shares his travels as he tries to uncover the location where the Ark rested. DuPlessis shares pictures of some of the most hidden locations and oldest writings in the world. He even shares what could be a pictograph representing the fall of man. The mountains of Armenia, which tell the ancient story of Noah, also tell of the battle for our souls that still rages today.

Alyssa Milano blasted by conservatives, Elon Musk after trading in Tesla for Volkswagen: ‘Founded by Nazis’

Actress Alyssa Milano was blasted on Twitter, including by Tesla CEO Elon Musk, after saying that she “gave back” her Tesla and replaced it with a Volkswagen. 

“I gave back my Tesla,” Milano, a prominent supporter of Democrats on Twitter, posted Saturday. “I bought the VW ev. I love it. I’m not sure how advertisers can buy space on Twitter. Publicly traded company’s products being pushed in alignment with hate and white supremacy doesn’t seem to be a winning business model.”

Twitter users, many of them conservative, criticized Milano over the tweet with many pointing out Volkswagen’s ties to the Nazi Party during the early days of its inception.

“Volkswagen was literally founded by the Nazi’s and Hitler,” conservative political commentators The Hodge Twins posted which earned a crying laughing emoji and a “100” emoji from Tesla CEO Elon Musk who recently purchased Twitter.

The Strange Morality of the Bay-Area Billionaire Left

“Ya. Hehe. I had to be. It’s what reputations are made of, to some extent. I feel bad for those guys who get f—ed by it, by this dumb game we woke westerners play where we say all the right shibboleths and so everyone likes us.”
—Sam Bankman-Fried

The FTX Bitcoin empire of 30-year-old CEO Sam Bankman-Fried is in shambles. Or more specifically, his “dumb game” cryptocurrency exchange has destroyed thousands of lives. Electronically, he may have robbed perhaps a million investors, and along with them hundreds of large institutional investors.

Mysteriously, only after the conclusion of the midterm elections, did we suddenly learn that this left-wing “philanthropist” and benefactor of Democratic politics, this megadonor to the quid pro quo puff-piece media, this con artist protected from federal securities regulators, had drained off, lost, hidden, or spent billions of dollars of other people’s money.

As a result, the Bahamas-basking, tax-avoiding, polyamorous sybarite, and heartthrob of progressive moralists, now claims he has no wherewithal to honor his financial commitments to his own investors. Preliminary postmortem auditors sigh that they have never encountered a greater financial mess than what Bankman-Fried has left in his wake.

How does the most sophisticated financial system in the history of civilization allow a virtue-signaling nerd to nearly wreck it? Where were the Federal Trade Commission, the Department of Justice, the IRS, and all the other alphabet soup agencies that supposedly exist so that someone like Bankman-Fried does not? Where is Merrick Garland and his special prosecutors, the FBI with its televised SWAT swoops and leg irons?

For all the performance-art boasts of simply doing good for others by doing far better for himself, Bankman-Fried may soon be revealed to be one of the great, dissolute con artists in American history. Like the infamous Charles Ponzi, “Bankman” may become our eponymous word in the 21st century for electronically driven, pyramid-scheme theft.

His Stanford-Silicon Valley moral veneer was shiny but otherwise razor thin. Yet Bankman-Fried told at least one truth when he explained to obsequious media what his ilk easily does to fool purported suckers who send him cash, while he avoided federal and media oversight: “This dumb game we woke westerners play where we say all the right shibboleths and so everyone likes us.”

Well, not everyone. Instead, he might qualify his “everyone” as the like-minded, cynical, left-wing politicos, the kindred media hacks at the Washington Post and New York Times, and brethren investor toadies who helped him render Bernie Madoff a small-potato sinner in comparison.

Bankman-Fried had showered Joe Biden in 2020 with millions of dollars in campaign donations and did so again with larger sums to congressional candidates in 2022. His public relations arm of FTX exuded the usual virtue speak—including promised impending multibillion-dollar gifting—for utopian, Democratic, and progressive causes. And the media on spec gushed about their pet grunger as he sought to buy protection from Democratic fixers.

“Effective Altruism,” Ponzi-Style

Yet Bankman-Fried is merely one in a long line of Bay Area social-justice hypocrites and frauds. They share in common loud but cynical left-wing politics. They choreograph their personas to win exemption from left-wing government regulators, to guarantee puff pieces from a toady media, and to romance the rich, left-wing elite. Consider how the Washington Post gushed of the scam artist:

Harnessing the enormous wealth created by FTX, the cryptocurrency exchange that Sam Bankman-Fried had founded, they undertook a project to spend potentially billions of dollars on pandemic prevention, a long-neglected priority on Capitol Hill even amid the coronavirus crisis. The plan, drawn from the brothers’ adherence to a philosophy called effective altruism, sought to maximize philanthropic giving in ways that can have the most impact.

Bankman-Fried surely has had “the most impact.” If he had worn a suit, and said the wrong “shibboleths,” he would now be behind bars.

What were the moral seeds of FTX? Bankman-Fried grew up on the progressive, moralistic Stanford campus, the son of two crusading Stanford law professors who often wrote about morality and the dispossessed.

SBF, as he is known, was groomed and prepped at an exclusive nearby Hillsborough private academy before being packed off to MIT. Progressive souls like Bankman-Fried distrust capitalism so much that, in his case, he retreated to the Bahamas to maximize its rewards. There he embraced a hedonistic lifestyle, tax breaks and lack of regulations, all in order to better short taxpayers of hundreds of millions of dollars in income tax revenue.

Such vulture capitalism is predicated on the presumption that young, loudly left-wing Bay Area hipsters in ratty clothes are the cool “good guys” if they have deep Democratic pockets and talk of “equity” and “fairness.” And so, they use the system to defeat the system—defined in their view as toxic traditional mores and values.

Indeed, Bankman-Fried’s mother, Stanford Professor Elizabeth Fried was a “utilitarian,” perhaps best defined as advocating any means necessary to achieve what she felt were the best ends for everyone. She moonlighted from her supposedly full-time job by running “Mind the Gap,” a central collection agency for Silicon Valley dark money to be funneled secretly to the “right causes.” The means of getting the millions was always excused by the ends of how it was used.

Apparently, some of her fund’s wherewithal was dripped in by some in her son’s stash circle—or rather his investors’ cash. Mind the Gap’s specialty was funding “to get out the vote.” To understand these dark-money operations in 2020, simply reread Molly Ball’s obnoxious Time magazine story of February 2021—a long boast of how stealth left-wing money, a toady progressive media, an army of lawyers, and social media combined to change voting laws, modulate the Black Lives Matter/Antifa street protests, and warp dissemination of news to craft a good utilitarian “conspiracy” that saved us from Donald Trump.

Will the Bankman-Fried family now atone, and try to give back to the robbed and deluded any of the real money that was funneled into Democratic candidates from the massive fraud? Does the water flow uphill?

So how can the progressive embryos of Silicon Valley, Stanford University, Bay Area prep schools, and progressive humanitarian politics birth such an utter fraud who destroyed so many? Rather the question might be reversed, how could all that not?

Performance Art Grifting

In the context of Bankman-Fried, we recall another kindred Bay-Area erstwhile momentary billionaire charlatan. Do we remember the now felonious and prison-bound young prodigy and Hillary-Clinton aficionado Elizabeth Holmes? She, too, was birthed and swam in similar Stanford-Silicon Valley waters.

Her scheme was Theranos. That was the pretentiously named fake-blood testing corporation that duped some of the most powerful investors in the United States to fork over billions of dollars to a twentysomething con artist. Holmes, like Bankman-Fried, was sired in the orbit of Stanford. She eschewed the slob props of Bankman-Fried, and instead preferred copy-catting Steve Jobs’ slicker all-black outfits.

Holmes assembled on her fake corporate board some of the biggest names associated with Stanford University and Silicon Valley, whose brands masked what was likely the greatest corporate medical fraud in American history.

There is a pattern here of the “good” people doing “good” things with their “good” money that turns out very badly for everyone else.

Silicon Valley multibillionaire and fellow leftist Mark Zuckerberg prefers T-shirts, sneakers, and jeans to the Bankman-Fried bum-look or Holmes’ Apple black-draped getup. He is now laying off thousands of Facebook employees as his Meta disaster erodes his stock value and takes his net worth down tens of billions of dollars.

But it was just two years ago that Zuckerberg answered the utilitarian call of fellow leftists to use his mega money and power to stop the prince of darkness, Donald Trump. So Zuck, as he is known, poured $419 million into pro-Biden left-wing activist groups. That unprecedented sum was used to absorb the work of state election officials in key precincts to ensure the right people voted in the right way to ensure the right winner.

Leftists still brag how the good mega-money sandbagged dullard Republicans and helped to give Biden the election.

Zuckerberg recently confessed that his left-wing company had also worked with the FBI to suppress online social media expression. Translated, that meant that the FBI partnered with Facebook to quash news deemed not helpful to the Biden election cause, such as the all-too-true revelations from the incriminating Hunter Biden laptop that was falsely passed off as “Russian disinformation.”

Is that a very liberal, civil libertarian thing to do—to weld the state and the media to punish political enemies and censor the news? Was the FBI-Facebook fusion a sort of “electronic insurrection” designed to warp democracy—absent the buffoonish cow horns and face paint? Might Zuckerberg have passed on channeling his dark money to “nonprofit” leftist organizations, and instead banked it to save a few of his now laid-off employees?

This column could become endless if it referenced all the Silicon Valley and Stanford progressive politico saints with feet of clay. Do we remember Tom Steyer, the Silicon Valley zillionaire, Stanford University board member, and former left-wing green presidential candidate, who spent $191 million without winning a single delegate?

At least candidate Michael Bloomberg got a few delegates at roughly $18 million a pop for the hundreds of millions of virtuous dollars he blew up in 2020. Steyer used his 2020 campaign to lecture us on ending the fossil fuel economy—but only after he had made a fortune in financing dirty coal burning plants in the impoverished Third World.

Posh Virtue

What is going on?

The 21st-century globalized economy saturated the corridor between San Francisco and San Jose with wealth never before seen or imagined. Its beneficiaries discovered a number of things about the arts of becoming and staying ultra-rich.

One, they never needed to worry about the essentials of life that troubled the other 99 percent of the country—affordable fuel, food, and housing, safe streets, and a fair and legal immigration system.

Or to put it another way, they could pose as progressive utopians—preening their moral superiority to the media, pouring money into the Democratic Party, funding foundations and PACs devoted to woke causes, climate change, and diversity, equity, and inclusion—and all the time never subject to the ramifications of their own exalted agendas.

They could not have cared less about crippling $6 a gallon gas, the exorbitant kilowatt cost of air conditioning, out-of-reach $1,000-a-square foot bungalow housing, the mayhem on San Francisco streets, or the reparatory elite university admissions policies that drastically curtailed working-class male admissions. Their wealth guaranteed them leverage, and leverage ensured exemptions.

But Bay Area morality was not just a pragmatic matter of the exempt elite force-feeding utopia down the throats of others who had no such immunity. Boutique, rich leftism also provided penance for the anointed, a mechanism that alleviated any residual guilt of talking like Eugene Debs while living like Marie Antoinette.

The multimillionaire, social justice warrior House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) assumed, as one of the Bay Area’s liberal icons, that she had a right to break quarantine and sneak off to her private hairdresser, or cluelessly boast of her $13 a pint ice cream, home delivered to her $24,000 twin imported refrigerators—all in the midst of a near depression as the national COVID-19 shutdown ruined millions of small business and devastated the educations of tens of millions of children.

As a member of the classy Bay Area elite, she knew the bankrupt political morality of the Left all too well: acts like tearing up the Trump State of the Union speech on national television veneered her privilege and made her one of the proverbial good people fighting for us from one of her various mansions.

Bay Area ZIP codes have produced the now-familiar rich, liberal politicians whose exempt lives are not damaged by the ideology that damages others. Consider the billionaire Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), who for two decades was chauffeured by a Chinese spy while head of the Senate Intelligence Committee, or multimillionaire former Senator Barbara Boxer (D-Calif.), now ensconced in Rancho Mirage as a registered foreign agent for a Chinese surveillance firm, or multimillionaire Gavin Newsom, who bragged how the COVID lockdowns might greenlight “progressive capitalism,” as he pushed social distancing and mask-wearing—while he palled around with lobbyists, maskless, at the French Laundry.

Sam Bankman-Fried is the ultimate dangerous and ridiculous expression of the most toxic and creepy culture in America. If he did not exist, someone like him would have to be invented.

Originally posted at American Greatness.