Yesterday on Fox News, Tucker Carlson said that documents they possessed in regards to Joe Biden and his son Hunter had been sent from New York to Los Angeles, but at some point they vanished:
Damning Hunter Biden documents suddenly vanish pic.twitter.com/B2qsajZlID
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) October 29, 2020
The story caused many to use that segment as a way to claim that the documents never actually existed:
BREAKING: Documents Tucker Carlson never actually had that would allegedly blow up the election were so important that they were sent via DHL, and now can’t be found despite copiers, iPhone cameras and security cameras. ??? https://t.co/9yKkDAUh2v
— Shannon Watts (@shannonrwatts) October 29, 2020
Oh for f*%! sake, seriously? Would have been a better story if your dog ate the damn papers. https://t.co/6yllQu7pU0
— Michael Steele (@MichaelSteele) October 29, 2020
Sure, Tucker. Surrrre. https://t.co/vApR5XUPiw
— George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) October 29, 2020
The mimeograph machine was broken.
They tried to call, but couldn't find a phone booth.
Then they ran out of typewriter ribbon. https://t.co/EzjSeJjmPe
— Cheri Jacobus (@CheriJacobus) October 29, 2020
EVERY Trump supporter will believe this. All of this. I know because I’ve already heard from hundreds of them. https://t.co/EbWWq9edtJ
— Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) October 29, 2020
Fascinating tale. But the source isn’t simply resending you a copy why? https://t.co/YGQgmwWCJJ
— Philippe Reines (@PhilippeReines) October 29, 2020
And now, a plot twist, the documents many mocked as being nonexistent and/or not actually ever sent have reportedly been found by the shipping company:
UPS has reportedly found Tucker Carlson's missing Hunter Biden documents https://t.co/jAN0TqYkg9
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) October 29, 2020
UPDATE: A spokesman for UPS told The Daily Beast that they had located a mysterious packaged that Fox News host Tucker Carlson suggested had been deliberately misplaced or intercepted because it contained “damning” materials on the Biden family https://t.co/kcj5ETQGcT
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) October 29, 2020
Obviously we still don’t know what the documents are, but it does prove a package was shipped:
— Ryan Saavedra (@RealSaavedra) October 29, 2020
Well, this didn’t age well, did it? ? @ups found the docs. #ups #biden #HunterBidenEmails #Bobulinksi
— Kara Fetch (@khitchfit) October 29, 2020
Well this is awkwardhttps://t.co/Fby0hlfJx0 https://t.co/aWsxbqTGcl
— Kibitzer-o-lantern ? (@mlark7) October 29, 2020
Eeesh…. This didn’t age well.
— George Borden (@GeorgeBorden14) October 29, 2020
This tweet didn’t age well
— BsCsPatsSox (@MilesMo61042036) October 29, 2020
Not good news for the they-never-existed crowd.
— Mean Mark (@mean__mark) October 29, 2020
And yes, we’re sure somebody in an anti-Trump camp will accuse the shipping company of being “in on it.”
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