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Tucker Carlson: Damning Hunter Biden Documents Suddenly Vanished

Tucker Carlson: Damning Hunter Biden Documents Suddenly Vanished

Carlson said the shipping company told him “that our package had been opened and the contents were missing.”

Fox News host Tucker Carlson announced that “damning” documents about Hunter Biden shipped to him while he was in California have vanished.

Carlson said the shipping company told him “that our package had been opened and the contents were missing.”

As far as I know, there are no copies.

Carlson did not name the shipping company, but the company is taking the situation seriously:

Carlson did not say which shipping company they had used but added that they took the complaint “seriously.” They were able to track the package from when Carlson’s producer shipped the package in New York until 3:44 a.m. Tuesday, when “an employee at a sorting facility in another state noticed that our package was opened and empty,” the host said.

A security team interviewed everyone who had touched the package and conducted a thorough investigation of the sorting facilities but were unable to locate the documents or determine what happened to them. “As of tonight, the company has no idea or no working theory, even, about what happened to this trove of material,” Carlson said.

Carlson made the announcement six days ahead of Election Day in which former Vice President Biden seeks to defeat President Trump.

Needless to say, the news caused outrage on Twitter. The amazing Sharyl Attkisson knows how this goes:


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Well, I don’t think it quite fair to condemn a whole program because of a single slip-up…

He might want to spring for the “briefcase cuffed to a secret agent” shipping method next time. 😐

Ahh, there weren’t copies?

caseoftheblues | October 28, 2020 at 9:25 pm

If these weren’t copies then the people involved are idiots

    I might add that if I were Mr. B I would not be letting originals out of my hands to anyone, including the FBI. I would be amazed if both he and Tucker were idiots. Tucker did not say they were the originals or his only copy, so I suspect this was more to the crime committed, lending gravitas to the material, than to actual loss of some originals.

The definition of stupid. You hire an armed guard to ride with it. We are either being played or Tucker is the biggest moron on the planet and why nobody has copies I don’t know. Please name the company so we can trash them too.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | October 28, 2020 at 9:34 pm

Who sends hard copies of anything? I have to assume they already scanned the documents and crypto-locked/time-stamped the image files.

For important documents you use serious delivery services, like diamond dealers use, not some shipping company.

But, if you do have to ship something like that you include a nice, little explosive dye pack in the package so you’ll be able to find out and track whoever tries to open the package up.

No copies? Stupid move Tucker.

So now those that want to be in the know are in the know. Too bad Tucker didn’t modify the papers as in “The Name of the Rose”.

    A Punk Named Yunk in reply to alaskabob. | October 29, 2020 at 8:57 am

    Akaskabob suggested a ruse as in “The Name of the Rose”. C’mon man! How many people have read the novel or seen the movie to get that reference? I won’t reveal it here because it would be a spoiler for anyone who would now be inspired to read it or see it. (Except for one totally unnecessary nude moment it’s fairly clean.)

Can someone clarify? I assume these missing documents weren’t the originals. Am I wrong? Does anyone know? Thank you.

Nothin’ to see here, folks. Move along.

They’re in the same place as the Epstein security monitor tapes are.

AG Barr should be hanged.

If the documents were really that important, they should have been personally couriered, if not by Tucker, then by a trusted agent. That’s the way these things are done. How much does an airline ticket cost? How much do you make, Tucker?

    guinspen in reply to maxmillion. | October 28, 2020 at 10:12 pm

    Oopsa! Downvoted by mistake.

    I meant to reply that maybe Tucker could’ve even flown back to New York.

    Still, I’m hoping that this is some sort of sting operation on Tucker’s part.

I guess Tucker doesn’t know about scan-to- e-mail…

Why, in the 21st century, would anyone physically send important documents anywhere? Have they never heard of computers? Do they not know how to protect documents by scanning them? Or taking pictures with their phones?

Are they complete imbeciles or is this some weird publicity stunt?

Hate it when that happens.

Nobody with an ounce of brains sends original docs without digital backups. I see a diversion.

Would it not have been faster, easier and safer to scan and email the damn things?

Relax, copies and possibly the originals still exist. Carlson stated that photos of the documents were shown to the shipping company, so they could identify them if they were found. Now, we do not know if the original documents were in the package that was opened or not. But, the point of the story was that a package to Carlson from his office was opened and the contents removed. And, the missing documents were purported to be new, never-before-seen, Hunter Biden documents. Everyone likes a good mystery.

So many unanswered questions. Who could possibly know that a package had been sent to Tucker Carlson, other than the sender? Of course the blank pages sent in the package had to be removed to keep this lie afloat.

If the carrier tracking indicated the package arrived and was delivered intact, someone on the receiving end removed the contents.

    Milhouse in reply to gad-fly. | October 29, 2020 at 1:09 am

    The only lie is that this is a lie.

    randian in reply to gad-fly. | October 29, 2020 at 3:55 am

    Any shipping company employee who handles packages can see it was addressed to Tucker Carlson. Given the volume of packages such people handle daily it’s unlikely a planned action, but rather opportunistic theft by a Biden-sympathizing employee.

    Barry in reply to gad-fly. | October 29, 2020 at 10:53 am

    You complete total dumbass. The government knew.

    DHS tracks shipments.

    You commies are either liars or fools. I’m going with both.

Bubolinski is on record that he’s not suicidal, right?

so at this point, has AG Barr overtaken AG Sessions on the feckless meter?

with everything going down in the past 3 weeks alone, and not a peep from the AG or anyone in his department of this matter has to give credence to the Barr naysayers

no way does a real AG ignore so much malfeasance – that the feds knew atleast a year ago – unless it is entirely willful

if I was Trump, I would have fired Barr and Wray upon those harddrives being made public

    I basically agree on Barr, for IMO his poor supervision of the Durham investigation and apparent failure to go after the backers of all the riots, looting and arson (with RICO?). However, it is possible that Wray concealed all the Biden info from Barr as well as Trump, or never even knew himself. Wray reports to DOJ and Barr might have brought up firing him with Trump who said not before the election. That seems to be the charitable explanation. If Barr also knew, both should be fired, which will be irrelevant if the public fires Trump – as the Dems will handsomely reward those two.

      jb4 in reply to jb4. | October 29, 2020 at 9:30 am

      PS – the one who should be really angry is Bernie. Had this stuff come out at the beginning of 2020, Biden could not have been the candidate. Talk about “election interference”. Election interference is a key reason I would give for firing them and prosecution, if applicable (and Trump wins).