Tucker Carlson’s Hunter Biden documents reportedly located

A package containing documents relating to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s scandal-plagued son Hunter Biden that went missing while being shipped to Fox News host Tucker Carlson in California has been located, according to a report.

The package was first brought up on Wednesday evening by Carlson on his program “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

Carlson said a source had sent his team “a collection of confidential documents related to the Biden family” that he believed to be “authentic” and “damning.”

His team received the trove of documents while Carlson and his executive producer were in Los Angeles interviewing Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Hunter Biden, and had a producer ship them from the network’s New York offices overnight.

The producer used a “large, brand-name company,” according to Carlson, though he did not identify the company.

The problem, however, was that the documents never arrived in Los Angeles, Carlson claimed.

“Tuesday morning we received word from the shipping company that our package had been opened and the contents were missing. The documents had disappeared,” he said.

Carlson credited the company for taking immediate action after being alerted to the missing package, saying, “The company security team interviewed every one of its employees who touched the envelope we sent.

“They searched the plane, and the trucks that carried it, they went through the office in New York where our producers dropped that package off, they combed the entire cavernous sorting facility, they used pictures of what we had sent, so the searchers would know what to look for. They went far and beyond but found nothing,” he explained.

Late Wednesday, Salon reporter Roger Sollenberger posted an alleged text message he received from Carlson on Twitter.

Sollenberger wrote, “Hi, Tucker, it’s Roger. Did you make copies of those documents? Or did anyone take photos?”

Tucker allegedly replied, “Of course. The point is, someone’s reading our texts.”

By Thursday, UPS, which identified itself to The Daily Beast as the shipping company used by Carlson’s producer to send the documents, announced that it had located the package.

A spokesman for the company told the outlet, “After an extensive search, we have found the contents of the package and are arranging for its return.”

A UPS spokesperson could not be immediately reached by The Post for confirmation that the package had been located.

It is unclear when Carlson will receive the documents or what caused them to be taken off route to Los Angeles.

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