Investigative journalist Sara Carter joined "Fox & Friends" Tuesday morning to react to newly revealed text messages exchanged between top FBI counterintelligence official Peter Strzok and senior FBI lawyer Lisa Page, with whom Strzok was having an extramarital affair.
According to Reps. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) and Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-Texas), who saw the messages, Strzok makes reference to a "secret society" of anti-Trump agents within the Department of Justice and the FBI who had their first meeting the day after Trump won the election in November 2016.
Sen. Ron Johnson sayshe has made contact with an informant who told him the "secret society" does exist.
Carter pointed out that previously revealed Strzok-Page texts alluded to an "insurance policy" that could be used if Trump won the presidency. "Their worst nightmare has come true, the president is elected. That is something they did not expect. FBI sources said from the very beginning that they didn't want Trump to make it into office."
"I'm concerned that they're still working at the FBI," Carter said. "I'm hearing from my sources, too. FBI agents are saying, 'Why are they still there?'"
"The Lovebirds. They were having an affair, they were both married, they’re working counter-intelligence. That’s enough for blackmail," Carter said. "Now they’re sending text messages on an unsecured phone. Believe me, the Germans, the Russians, the Israelis, everybody is going into those phones and trying to suck out all the information they have."
Where are the 50,000 important text messages between FBI lovers Lisa Page and Peter Strzok? Blaming Samsung!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 24, 2018
About the FBI's claim that the Samsung phones are responsible for the 50,000 additional missing text messages, Carter says: "I can tell you this, a lot of people within the DOJ, possibly even the inspector general himself, a lot of people within these committees do not buy this."