Tucker Carlson Claims Documents Revealing Biden Dirt ‘Disappeared’ in the Mail

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson made a string of allegations about corruption in the Biden family, only to make another claim that the documents he said provided the evidence had gone “missing” in the mail.

On Wednesday night’s episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight, the host shared conspiracies about Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden. He insisted he had proof, but the only set of documents that would back up his claims had “disappeared.”

After telling a story about how his show obtained a bunch of secret documents about the Biden family, Tucker suggested those documents were stolen in the mail when his producer in New York tried to send them to Tucker in California.

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“So Monday afternoon of this week, he shipped those documents overnight to California with a large national carrier, a brand name company that we’ve used, you’ve used, countless times, with never a single problem,” Carlson said. “But the Biden documents never arrived in Los Angeles. Tuesday morning, we received word from the shipping company that our package had been opened and the contents were missing. The documents had disappeared.”

Carlson quickly became a trending topic on Twitter, with critics commenting on the absurdity of the situation.

Comedian Sarah Cooper asked the question on everyone’s mind: “Why the f–k didn’t you just email them?”

Tom Nichols, a senior adviser at The Lincoln Project, tweeted: “If you think about it, this is a brilliant strategy. Now the fever swamp viewers of Carlson’s nightly 60 minutes of hate can just imagine what those documents are and how bad they are, instead of Tucker risking getting sued or caught with fakes.”

Molly Jong-Fast, the editor at large of The Daily Beast joked this could be a scene from a Borat film: “Who could have seen this coming? Maybe @SachaBaronCohen?”