American News Oct 29, 2020 4:56 PM EST

UPS admits to losing 'damning' Hunter Biden documents

UPS has come forward as being the company responsible for losing documents en route to Fox News's Tucker Carlson. The documents were considered to be "authentic, real and damning", containing evidence showing improprieties of presidential hopeful Joe Biden.

UPS admits to losing 'damning' Hunter Biden documents
James Anthony The Post Millennial
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Update: UPS revealed Thursday afternoon that they have located the missing documents intended for Carlson after an “extensive search.”

“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,” A spokesperson said.


UPS has come forward as being the company responsible for losing documents en route to Fox News's Tucker Carlson. The documents were considered to be "authentic, real and damning", containing evidence showing improprieties of presidential hopeful Joe Biden.

The documents were en route from New York to Los Angeles via overnight delivery, but never got there. They had been removed from the package. Carlson had not chosen to name the courier service in question at the time.

According to The Blaze, Glenn Zaccara, the Corporate Media Relations Director for UPS, came forward and admitted to the media that the Carlson's "package was reported with missing contents as it moved within our network."

"UPS is conducting an urgent investigation into this matter and regrets that the package was damaged," continued Zaccara. "The integrity of our network and the security of our customers' goods are of utmost importance. We will remain in frequent, direct contact with Fox News as we learn more through our investigation."

Carlson himself responded by saying this about UPS: "They went far and beyond, but they found nothing."

"They went through the office in New York where our producer dropped that package off, they combed the entire, cavernous sorting facility. They used pictures of what we had sent so that searchers would know what to look for."

According to Zaccara, all the vehicles the documents had been inside were thoroughly searched.

However, at this point, according to Carlson, "the company has no idea — and no working theory, even — about what happened to this trove of materials, documents that are directly relevant to the presidential campaign."

There has been a recent rash of problems with vital mail being improperly delivered or not delivered at all country-wide.

Some suspect that some individual or individuals within UPS itself deliberately opened the package and stole the documents from it.

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