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Will Mollie Hemingway still have
a job at Fox News after naming
the whistleblower on live TV Sunday?

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Posted By: Magnante, 11/11/2019 5:12:43 AM

Fox News Contributor Mollie Hemingway, senior editor at The Federalist and a highly regarded independent journalist, created a stir during a panel discussion on FNC’s Sunday morning program Media Buzz hosted by Howie Kurtz. At 11:19 A.M. E.T., as the program was being broadcast from Washington, D.C. without a delay, the topic of the “whistleblower,” who set the ball rolling on the move to impeach the president because of the July 25th Trump-Zelensky phone call, came up. (snip) Hemingway: And Real Clear Investigations has identified a man named Eric Ciaramella as the whistleblower. So it’s already out there.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: MainelySane 11/11/2019 5:16:59 AM (No. 231927)
It's sort of like saying Voldemort. It's so stupid that this is an issue. I can't believe serious adults are afraid of saying Ciarmella. Of course, Ciarmella hasn't sued for defamation of character.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: jalo1951 11/11/2019 5:30:18 AM (No. 231930)
First of all his name is out there and he is not a true whistle blower. When you see all the connections he has to dems and the deep state, well it takes your breath away but it does not surprise you. FOX still has good programming but I too am watching less. There are certain people I will not tolerate and when their mug shots show up on screen I change the channel. I appreciate the coverage that Mollie brings to FOX.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/11/2019 5:31:11 AM (No. 231931)
Of course she should still have her job. The horrors of someone in the msm just doing her job.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: DCGIRL 11/11/2019 5:31:38 AM (No. 231932)
If she's gone, I'm gone.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: jasmine 11/11/2019 5:43:41 AM (No. 231935)
Fox has already lost one of its brightest lights with the departure of Catherine Herridge. Mollie Hemingway is in the same league as Herridge. She did her job and told the truth. The name of the supposed whistle blower is already known, as it should be. I expect the other networks to play games. That's why I watch Fox.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Texpub 11/11/2019 6:39:23 AM (No. 231952)
Adam Schiff was the first one to out Eric Ciaramella.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: chumley 11/11/2019 6:40:23 AM (No. 231953)
Good grief. The name has been all over the net for over a week, along with his communist political ideology and connections. Anyone who wants to know the name already does. This is idiotic.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: LadyChurchillUSA 11/11/2019 6:47:09 AM (No. 231954)
I totally agree with #1 and must say I feel like we are living in a Harry Potter reality. He who cannot be named. How absurd; and what was even more absurd was Howard Kurtz making himself look totally stupid by saying he wanted to make clear that he DID NOT know the name of the so called whistleblower or should I say hoaxblower? Howard was clearly afraid he might lose his job because if he doesn't know the name of this creep then he is either living in a cave or totally stupid and the last one in DC and NYC to be informed. Please Howard please show some backbone and stand up to the media who are trying to protect this slime. Also if Fox fires Hemmingway I too am gone as well. She is a force of clarity and logic along with Charles Hurt in hurricane winds of hatred and illogic every day. And exactly who was it that said we are not aloud to use our freedom of speech to call out this accuser? How dare anyone particularly the media go along with the silencing of the American people and any attempt to keep us in the dark. Shame on all of you and shame on anyone who does not have the courage to throw these gags into the dustbin of history.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Daisymay 11/11/2019 6:58:28 AM (No. 231957)
I saw her say his name yesterday and I wondered the same thing. All of the others on FOX have skirted around it,saying FOX would not allow anyone to say his name. I think it's absolutely absurd. This guy has turned the country upside down and we're supposed to NOT talk about, or to, him? I don't think so. I say, Put your money where you're mouth is, Big Guy. You wanted to be the Hero in taking down the President, so have at it, but don't complain if your name is out there and people come up to you and tell you what a Dunce you are for letting Schiff USE you!
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Reply 10 - Posted by: PChristopher 11/11/2019 7:10:54 AM (No. 231964)
On October 31, a Fox executive sent an email to staffers that said the network had not "independently confirmed [the] name or identification of the anonymous whistleblower." Had not independently confirmed? Were they even trying? Given the way Fox has been veering left, I doubt it. I'm glad she did it.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: unionriverman2316 11/11/2019 8:15:11 AM (No. 231998)
Fox is rapidly heading into the leftist toilet, as we have seen lately. Hemingway is one of the most brilliant conservative writers in the nation. Her work speaks for itself, in the highest possible manner. Fox needs her way more than she needs them! Can you imagine a media personality like David Ignatius readily publishing the nations highest classified information....yet claiming this fool needs to be protected like nuclear secrets? Their side can't have it both ways......much longer.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Lucky5 11/11/2019 8:41:02 AM (No. 232015)
"During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act." George Orwell.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Pearson365 11/11/2019 8:42:14 AM (No. 232017)
Hey! If NBC / MSNBC guests aren’t allowed to say Harvey Weinstein and ABC flunkies aren’t permitted to mention Jeffrey “he didn’t kill himself” Epstein while CBS will fire anyone who ABC wants punished, why shouldn’t Fox join the band of Hillary protectors? All of these excessively paid “news” executives understand that there are newsworthy things we shouldn’t know if these stories hurt the Clintons and/or the DNC, so censor away. Perhaps if Mollie writes “I will not mention the name of Adam Schiff’s informant” 100 times on a Fox chalkboard she will be forgiven.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: LesUNo 11/11/2019 10:30:31 AM (No. 232122)
Silliness and the silliest of all was Howard Kurtz.......insultingly so. Good for Molly.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: DVC 11/11/2019 11:04:03 AM (No. 232170)
I hope so. Paul Ryan really does have Fox under his evil thumb these days, doesn't he?
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Reply 16 - Posted by: DVC 11/11/2019 11:04:56 AM (No. 232171)
Depending on your sources, #7, three weeks.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: DVC 11/11/2019 11:31:28 AM (No. 232189)
So, now do they replay the Valerie Plame false story that she was "an undercover agent" who had been "outed", and then put an innocent man in prison when the guilty person who actually released her name walked free? Lots of lunatic, absurd, Kafkaesque insanity in THAT one, too. DC is a literal lunatic asylum.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: earlybird 11/11/2019 11:45:18 AM (No. 232200)
Yes, I believe so. Schiff had already publicly outed him in releasing Taylor’s transcript without redaction. If Fox wanted to oust her and she fought it, that would be a big point.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: bighambone 11/11/2019 12:38:56 PM (No. 232243)
Mollie Hemingway as a highly respected journalist was on that wimpy Howie Kurtz show to give her opinion on the DC political scene. In that respect, that FNC order to limit her comments is foul, as the bogus whistleblower has no right to maintaining a secret identity, even if he is a legitimate whistleblower under the whistleblower laws, which this whistleblower is not; along with the fact that the FNC order sought to limit Hemingway’s first amendment right free speech or telling it as she saw it. From Kurtz’s immediate reaction to Hemingway identifying the whistleblower, a fact that was already known to everyone who has been paying attention, Hemingway clearly outed Kurtz as a pussy and a wimp..
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Reply 20 - Posted by: pensom2 11/11/2019 4:59:15 PM (No. 232444)
I just googled "Eric Ciaramella" and came up with 312,000 hits.
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