- UPS found a set of documents that Tucker Carlson said had ‘disappeared’ in transit and said it would harm Joe Biden and his family.
- Carlson told viewers that the documents had disappeared, but the courier that shipped them was not named. Then UPS Certified to Business Insider That it is the carrier.
- UPS told Business Insider that it had found the documents “after an extensive search”.
- Carlson gave some details about other documents related to Joe Biden and was “damned” if disclosed. Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider for more details.
- Carlson, President Donald Trump’s vocal counsel, has previously hyped the importance of unconfirmed revelations about Biden.
- Fox News did not respond to a request for comment.
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UPS says it has found a cache of documents that Fox News host Tucker Carlson said was missing under mysterious circumstances.
Carlson aired Wednesday night to announce the loss of documents, calling it “damn” the Biden campaign.
He told the audience that his team had recently received documents from a source and that they belonged to the Biden family. He did not give other details.
The courier did not name Carlson’s disappearance in his on-air monologue, but later UPS Certified to Business Insider That it was the company that used it.
On Thursday afternoon, UPS senior public relations manager Matthew O’Connor told Business Insider that the documents were found and were being returned to Carlson.
It is unclear what happened to them.
He said: “After an extensive search, we found the contents of the package and are making arrangements to return.”
“UPS always focuses on our customers, and never stops working to solve problems and fix things. We strive to deliver every package, including essential items, valuable family items and critical health care.”
O’Connor declined to provide further details when asked.
Explaining the documents on Wednesday, Carlson said without giving any evidence or specifics to Joe Biden’s campaign that “they are authentic, they are real and they are damned”.
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Carlson’s department has been ridiculed online for not producing any evidence of its conspiratorial tone and existence of documents.
Carlson, who is a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump, has previously hyped poor claims about documents related to the Biden family.
He expanded the article to the New York Post It is alleged that the ambassador provided the information to Hunter Biden, the son of a Democratic candidate. However, As Sonam Sheth of Business Insider points out, There are a lot of holes and red flags in the story.
Fox News did not respond to a request for comment.