Last week, Sara Carter, an award winning national security correspondent for Circa, spoke with Brian Kilmeade about leaks from within the FBI. If you are wondering who Sara Carter is, then take a look at our Sara Carter wiki.
On Friday (July 28), Sara Carter and Brian Kilmeade discussed General Counsel for the FBI, James Baker. According to Fox News, Carter discovered that Baker is allegedly being investigated by the Department of Justice for “leaking authorized information,” to which Carter said, “I would be stunned if it was not true, the FBI just doesn’t let stories like this run if there is no validity.” She further added, “It appears to those who have viewed these documents that the Obama Administration was involved in political espionage mainly connected to the Trump Presidential campaign.” Carter has carved a path for herself in the field of reporting. If you want to learn a little more about Sara Carter’s bio, then keep reading.
Sara Carter’s Wiki
Very little about Carter’s personal life is out in the open. So things like Sara Carter’s age are unknown at this time. Her mother was a Cuban immigrant and her father was a Marine and veteran of two wars. She has spent most of her childhood in Saudi Arabia and traveled throughout Mexico, Africa, the Middle East, and Europe, and is fluent in Spanish. Sara Carter’s husband, Martin Bailey, is a war hero who was blinded while fighting terrorists in Afghanistan for the Defense Department.
Sara Carter’s Career
According to her LinkedIn profile, Carter studied journalism communications from California State Polytechnic University. She is a national and international award-winning investigative reporter. Throughout her career, she covered a number of stories ranging from terrorism, to national security and immigration, as well as front line coverage of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Currently, Carter works for web-based Circa News as a senior national security correspondent, a position she has held since May 2016. She covers various major projects in conjunction with Sinclair Broadcast Group.
Before joining Circa, Carter worked with The Washington Times, the Los Angeles Group, and The Washington Examiner. Additionally, she also wrote several exclusives for US News World Report, Arutz Sheva in Israel, and USA Today.
Sara Carter’s Accomplishments
She covered stories across the U.S.-Mexico border, which led to a new path in national security related stories. Her work helped uncover narcotics trafficking routes, secret tunnel systems, and the participation of Mexican federal officers in the drug trade.
Throughout her career, Carter achieved a lot. She appeared on several national news and radio shows while also making guest appearances on news networks like BBC International, Fox, C-Span, and CNN. Her work gives her the advantage to interview heads of states and foreign officials.
There have been several times when Carter took risks for her job. Since 2008, she lived in Afghanistan and Pakistan for over seven months. At the Washington D.C. SPJ awards, her work on Afghan women and children addicted to opium won her first place. She even spent days with troops on the Afghanistan border while being shot at by Taliban insurgents hiding in the hillsides.
She does whatever it takes to get her story, including traveling to Pakistan’s lawless border region with the Pakistani army. Carter also covered various stories on Al-Qaeda and ISIS. Her hard work and brilliant reports are accoladed with regional, state, national, and international recognition. She received her first National Headliner Awards for Jamie’s Story, which follows a child who was born into the Mexican mafia in Southern California.
In 2006, she was awarded the second National Headliner for Beyond Borders, a multi-part series. The project emphasized on investigations about national security concerns and immigration along the Southwest border. In fact, she was awarded the 2006 Eugene Katz Award from the Center for Immigration Studies for her detailed investigation on immigration.
That same year, she received the California Newspaper Publisher’s Association Freedom of Information Act Award for her story about millions of federal dollars squandered by local school districts. In 2008, Sara Carter won the Society of Professional Journalists nationally recognized Sigma Delta Chi award for a multi-part series that disclosed the harshness of the Gulf and Sinaloa Cartel war.