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Fox News Tucker Carlson has been on a tear as of late, exposing the Biden campaign’s lies and spread of missinformation.
Carlson recently interviewed Tony Bobulinski, who revealed that Joe Biden was in fact very much in the loop in regards to his son Hunter Biden’s business dealings with China.
Bobulinski even claims to have personally met with Joe Biden twice.
On Wednesday night, Carlson revealed that more “damning” documents linked to the Democratic presidential candidate and his son mysteriously vanished after being shipped from New York to Los Angeles.
Fox News has more on this shocking new development:
"On Monday of this week, we received from a source a collection of confidential documents related to the Biden family," Carlson went on. "We believe they are authentic, they're real and they're damning."
Carlson added he was contacted by the source while in Los Angeles preparing to interview Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, who detailed Joe's purported knowledge of his son's foreign dealings on the Fox News show Tuesday night.
"We texted a producer in New York and asked him to send those documents to us in L.A, " Carlson explained. "And he did that, so Monday afternoon of this week, he shipped the documents overnight to California with a large national carrier, a brand-name company that we've used, you've used, countless times with never a single problem."
But the documents never arrived in Los Angeles, Carlson said.
"Tuesday morning we received word from the shipping company that our package had been opened and the contents were missing. The documents had disappeared."
The Epoch Timeshas more:
According to Carlson, the producer shipped the documents overnight to California using a large national package carrier. He didn’t name the company, saying only that it’s a “brand name company.”
“The Biden documents never arrived in Los Angeles. Tuesday morning we received word from our shipping company that our package had been opened and the contents were missing,” Carlson said. “The documents had disappeared.”
The company took the incident seriously and immediately began a search, Carlson said. The company traced the package from when it was dropped off in New York to the moment when an employee at a sorting facility reported that the package was opened and empty.
“The company’s security team interviewed every employee who touched the envelope we sent. They searched the plane and the trucks that carried it. They went through the office in New York where our producers dropped the package off. They combed the entire cavernous sorting facility. They used pictures of what we had sent so that searchers would know what to look for,” Carlson said. “They went far and beyond, but they found nothing.”
“Those documents have vanished,” he added. “As of tonight, the company has no idea and no working theory even about what happened to this trove of materials, documents that are directly relevant to the presidential campaign just six days from now.”
Executives at the shipping company were “baffled” and “deeply bothered” by the incident, Carlson said.
A new story from The Blaze has revealed that UPS has revealed itself to be the company that lost the documents:
According to Carlson, while he and his producer were in Los Angeles, they received the documents — which he said "are authentic, they're real, and they're damning" — in the New York office and asked for them to be shipped to L.A.
A Fox News producer reportedly shipped those documents via overnight service — but the documents never arrived, instead someone within the shipping company allegedly opened the package and removed the contents.
Through all of this, Carlson chose not to name the shipping company in question.
On Thursday, Business Insider reported that UPS told the outlet that it was the company that had lost the documents and that it was running an internal investigation to figure out just what happened.
UPS Corporate Media Relations Director Glenn Zaccara told Business Insider that Carlson's "package was reported with missing contents as it moved within our network."