Into Thin Air: Confidential Biden Family Documents Sent to Tucker Carlson Go Missing Update: Documents Recovered
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson told viewers last night that on Monday, he had received “a set confidential documents related to the Biden family” from a source. He emphasized that, “We believe those documents are authentic, they’re real and they’re damning.”
Because he was in Los Angeles recording his extraordinary interview with Tony Bobulinski, Carlson asked a producer in New York to send the material to him overnight, which they did via a “well-known carrier.”
But the documents never arrived in Los Angeles. The shipping company notified Carlson on Tuesday morning that the documents had disappeared. An employee noticed in the early morning hours that the package had been opened and its contents were missing.
A thorough search by the company turned up nothing. Carlson said, “As of tonight the company has no idea, and no working theory even, of what happened to this trove of materials, documents that are directly relevant to the presidential campaign just six days from now.”
According to Mediaite, “Carlson told Salon reporter via text that he had indeed made copies” of the documents.
Although the mainstream media and social media companies continue to ignore this important story, there are signs that voters, many of whom first heard about it during last Thursday’s presidential debate, are curious.
Breitbart News reported there’s been a spike in Google searches for “Joe Biden corruption” and “Joe Biden Burisma” this month. According to Breitbart:
But unlike other search engines, Google fails to display search suggestions such as “Joe Biden corruption” and “Joe Biden Burisma,” similarly to the way it failed to display negative search suggestions about Hillary Clinton in 2016.…
However, Google is not displaying the search term in its dropdown list of suggestions, instead pointing them to the far less popular search of “Joe Biden corvette.”
Unlike Google, competing search engines Bing, Yahoo, and DuckDuckGo all feature search terms containing the word “corruption” in their top suggestions.
I would imagine we’ll be hearing about the contents of this envelope in the next few days. Too bad none of this came to light before early voting began. Is it any wonder there’s been a spike in Google searches for “how can I change my vote” in battleground states?
Update: At 12:40 pm on 10/29/20, Business Insider reported that the documents had been located. The carrier, which Carlson had not mentioned by name was UPS. Matthew O’Connor, UPS’s senior public-relations manager told Business Insider:
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. We work hard to ensure every package is delivered, including essential goods, precious family belongings and critical healthcare.
There was no mention of what had happened to the documents nor where they had been found.