THE alleged damning Hunter Biden documents that were lost by UPS while being sent to Tucker Carlson have been found.

The postal service confirmed on Thursday that it has found the package and will be returned to the anchor.


"After an extensive search, we have found the contents of the package and are arranging for its return," a UPS spokesperson told the Daily Mail.

"UPS will always focus first on our customers, and will never stop working to solve issues and make things right."

Carlson previously claimed that a trove of damaging documents implicating the Biden family in shady business deals mysteriously disappeared when they were sent from New York to California this week.

The Fox News host revealed on a Wednesday night broadcast of Tucker Carlson Tonight that his production team had sent the files – first provided to his show by an anonymous source – by courier from Manhattan to him in Los Angeles on Monday.

At 3am on Tuesday, an employee at the shipping company allegedly noticed that the envelope had been openedand was empty.

Carlson said no one was able to account for how damning docs against the Bidens had disappeared.

He didn't explain what was in the files – which he described as "confidential documents related to the Biden camp" – or whether they had only one copy.

Carlson said: "We believe they are authentic and, at the time we received them, my executive producer and I were in Los Angeles talking to Tony Bobulinski."

"So we texted a producer in New York and asked him to send us those documents to LA."

Carlson said the documents were shipped overnight to California on Monday afternoon using a "brand-name company" his viewers use often.

"But the Biden documents never arrived in Los Angeles," he claimed.


On Tuesday morning, the day of the Bobulinksi interview, Carlson said he was told by the shipping company that "our package had been opened and the contents were missing."

The courier company then tracked the envelope until 3:44am that morning, when an employee at a sorting facility in another state noticed the envelope was "open and empty."

Employees "went above and beyond, but found nothing," Carlson said.

The conservative host also revisited his Tuesday night interview with Bobulinksi, Biden's former business associate, and aired new audio clips about his ex-partner's alleged business dealings.

During his appearance, Bobulinksi played a recording of a call with Biden family fixer Rob Walker, during which Walker begged him not to go public with his claims against Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.

As Bobulinski threatens to speak out about Joe Biden's knowledge of Hunter's business dealings in China, Walker, whose wife works for Jill Biden, can be heard telling him: "You'll bury all of us man."

During Tuesday's interview, Bobulinski also recounts being "wined and dined" by Hunter, who set up two meetings with Joe in May 2017.



Joe has repeatedly denied involvement in the business.

But speaking on Tuesday, Bobulinski told Carlson: "That's a blatant lie when he states that. It's a blatant lie."

He added: "It was made clear to me that Joe Biden's involvement was not to be made in writing, but only face to face."

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