Mollie Hemingway is the senior editor at the website The Federalist and left a panel of Fox News anchors seemingly stunned after she dropped the alleged name of the whistleblower who shall not be named.
Hemingway blurted out the name on TV when she said:
“Real Clear Investigations has identified a man name [HE WHO SHALL NOT BE NAMED] as the whistleblower so it’s already out there so we could be talking about this reporting and talking about whether that’s accurate reporting or not,” Hemingway said. “So I feel a little bit confused why we are pretending that it hasn’t already been reported.”
Fox News host Howard Kurtz made sure to “clarify” that he does not know if the name she said is the whistleblower.
Phillipe Reines, a Hillary Clinton aide, shot back, “I think that is the first time that his name has been mentioned on Fox News.”
Kurtz sat there slack jawed trying to figure out how to cover up the whole situation.
Pen Media previously reported the name of the alleged whistleblower after a Real Clear Investigations report came out.
Facebook and Youtube both announced that they were removing the alleged names of the whistleblower from their platform.
They sent a statement as corroborated with Breitbart and from a Huffington Post reporter.
“Any mention of the potential whistleblower’s name violates our coordinating harm policy, which prohibits content “outing of witness, informant, or activist.” We are removing any and all mentions of the potential whistleblower’s name and will revisit this decision should their name be widely published in the media or used by public figures in debate.”
This is why the whistleblower is named he who shall not be named.