Fox News contributor and Federalist senior editor said the alleged whistleblower’s name on air this morning, arguing that it’s time to start reporting on his identity:

Hemingway correctly noted that it was the New York Times who basically outed this individual when the paper identified the whistleblower as a CIA employee working in the White House (sitck around until the end for the reaction from the panel):

According to CNN, Fox News hosts and personalities were told not to identify the whistleblower:

Fox News hosts and personalities have been instructed over the last several days not to identify the whistleblower whose complaint sparked an impeachment probe against President Trump, people familiar with the matter told CNN Business.

Several hosts and commentators on the network who have been supportive of President Trump seem to want to name the person they believe to be the whistleblower, but Fox’s guidelines have said not to do so.

His name is already out there and maybe the media should stop pretending it’s not:

The world didn’t end, everyone:

And as we told you last week, Chairman Adam Schiff himself failed to redact Ciaramella’s name from an official transcript, so maybe dial back the outrage directed at Hemingway: