A missing flash drive that was part of a package of documents meant to be shipped from Tucker Carlson's New York team to LA, where he was conducting an interview with Tony Bobulinski, was found by UPS. The rest of the package's contents are still missing.
Tucker Carlson's team was set to lead investigation into documents obtained regarding Hunter Biden and his family's business dealings, but when the team in New York sent them to Carlson in LA, they wound up missing in transit.
Carlson reported on their loss, and then the sudden reappearance of a sole flash drive. On Thursday night, he revealed what had been gleaned from the shipper, UPS, after hours of correspondence and phone calls. Which was absolutely nothing. UPS had no explanation as to how the flash drive became separated from the envelope in which it was sent, and the rest of the documents.
The shipper searched everywhere looking for the contents of the package on Tuesday, when they first realized it did not get to its destination, and found nothing. They have no idea what happened to the materials, despite an exhaustive search of planes, trucks, and sorting facilities.
Whoever found the flash drive dropped it off on a supervisor's desk, according to Carlson, where it sat unnoticed, Carlson said, until he reported on his show that the documents were missing.
Executives at the shipping company don't know what happened, and have no explanation. The documents, as Carlson said, are germane to the presidential election, coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
Carlson also noted that he and his team has received extensive documentation on Hunter Biden, and that while they are reviewing it, they have no intention of reporting on anything other than business dealings that may involve former Vice President Joe Biden. They have no intention, Carlson said, of "piling on" or kicking Hunter when he's down.
Carlson and Hunter knew each other socially, and while Carlson said he knew that Hunter had "demons," he would not stand in judgement of that.