“The blue dress, if you will. This phony whistleblower is the blue dress,” Mark Levin told his radio show listeners this week. Monica Lewinsky’s infamous blue dress which contained former President Bill Clinton’s semen proved definitively that he had lied when he’d said he did not have sex with that woman. Twenty one years have passed and most Americans know exactly what is meant by “the blue dress.”
“The New York Times won’t print his name. The Washington Post won’t print his name. Cable TV, you’re not allowed to mention his name. The left-wing fascistic media won’t mention his name. Why? Because you see his background, you figure out his connections, you see what’s been going on with all of them, and their whole house of cards comes tumbling down,” said Levin.
When Mollie Hemingway dared to say the alleged whistleblower’s name, Eric Ciaramella, on Fox News’ “Media Buzz” last weekend, the panel was momentarily rendered speechless. The fact that she’d said it became news.