UPS FINDS the ‘lost’ trove of ‘damning’ Hunter Biden documents that Tucker Carlson claimed were deliberately intercepted in the post on their way to Fox News to protect Joe’s son
Tucker Carlson said on Wednesday night that documents had gone missing
The documents detailed Hunter Biden’s business affairs, Carlson claimed
He said Fox News sent them by courier Monday from Manhattan to Los Angeles
Carlson was in Los Angeles at the time to interview Hunter’s business partner Tony Bobulinski
The host said an employee at the courier company noticed that the envelope was open and the documents were gone in the early hours of Tuesday
He said the courier company conducted a thorough search but could not locate the documents
Carlson did not say whether Fox News had made copies of the documents
During Wednesday’s show Carlson also aired new audio from Bobulinski and two more of Hunter’s business partners who founded Sinohawk with him
In the audio Rob Walker says he is worried their story will ‘blow up big time’
By JENNIFER SMITH and HARRIET ALEXANDER | PUBLISHED: 14:04 EDT, 29 October 2020 | UPDATED: 14:47 EDT, 29 October 2020
PS says it has found the Hunter Biden package that Tucker Carlson suggested had been deliberately intercepted after he mailed it between his two offices, and says it will return it to the Fox host’s team.
Carlson detailed the mystery of the vanishing documents during his Wednesday evening show on Fox News, where he also aired new audio of Hunter Biden’s business partners sharing concerns that their secrets would ‘blow up big time’.
The host said his team had sent documents, via an established courier, from his main studio in Manhattan on Monday to Los Angeles.
‘So we texted a producer in New York and asked him to send us those documents to LA.
But on Thursday, UPS said it had located them.
‘After an extensive search, we have found the contents of the package and are arranging for its return.
‘UPS will always focus first on our customers, and will never stop working to solve issues and make things right,’ a spokesman said.