Courtesy of HuffPo:

Fox News host Tucker Carlson told his viewers that he had some very important papers related to his conspiracy theory surrounding Hunter Biden, son of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.

But the papers were lost ― and so Carlson concocted yet another conspiracy theory to explain their disappearance.

Carlson claimed a “source” gave the Fox News show “damning” documents about Biden on Monday. Carlson’s producer shipped the documents across the country via a “brand-name company,” but they never arrived.

Instead, the shipping company said the package had been opened and the documents were missing.

The shipping company launched a search and called in security to interview everyone who touched the documents, Carlson said.

“They went far and beyond, but they found nothing,” he said. “Those documents had vanished.”

He said the unnamed company’s executives are “baffled and deeply bothered by this, and so are we.”

OMG! Tucker must be so upset that he was so close to blowing this whole thing wide open and the stupid shipping company screwed the whole thing up. 

If only there had been some other technology available that could have been used other than a shipping company, like a fax machine, or a futuristic phone that could have taken pictures and then electronically mailed them to Fox News. 

But I do have to say, not to rub salt in the wounds or anything, that if Tucker had simply used the good old US Post Office his imaginary documents would still be safely on their way to his office. 

I mean they would not be there yet, because the Trump Administration sabotaged the mail delivery system, but they would definitely still be on the way. 

Update: The mystery package has been located. 

Courtesy of The Daily Beast

A spokesman for UPS told The Daily Beast on Thursday 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. “After an extensive search, we have found the contents of the package and are arranging for its return,” the spokesman said. “UPS will always focus first on our customers, and will never stop working to solve issues and make things right.”

But wait, I thought the package had been opened and the documents removed?

I hate to say this out loud, but it seems as if somebody is not being truthful. 

I wonder who that could be?