Fox News host Tucker Carlson delivered a disturbing report Wednesday on documents said to have incriminating information on the Biden family’s questionable business dealings.

Fox News received the documents in New York and attempted to overnight the papers to Carlson, who was interviewing former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski in Los Angeles.

Then UPS informed Fox News the package’s contents had mysteriously gone missing.

Denver Post reporter Conrad Swanson, who has a history of liberal activism, joined the left-wing mob on Twitter giddily accusing Carlson of lying.

On Thursday, UPS confirmed the package’s contents had indeed gone missing and were subsequently located.

“UPS is conducting an urgent investigation into this matter and regrets that the package was damaged,” the company told The Daily Beast, noting that the package was “reported with missing contents as it moved within” their network.

Peak Politics asked Swanson if he would offer Carlson an apology, who replied with a characteristically childish retort.

Caught in his lie, Swanson attempted to argue he was actually referencing Carlson’s original report on Hunter Biden’s business dealings, not Carlson’s report that new documents concerning Hunter Biden had vanished in transit to Los Angeles.


What’s clear is Swanson, like the rest of the mainstream media, appears personally invested in discrediting explosive allegations about Hunter Biden’s foreign business ties.

Earlier this week, former Hunter Biden associate and U.S. Navy veteran Tony Bobulinkski said former Vice President Joe Biden lied about his involvement in his son’s overseas business deals.

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee has verified all of the documents it has received from Bobulinksi so far, according to the Daily Caller.

We anticipate Carlson will reveal the contents of the mysterious documents this week, as the dog did not, in fact, eat his homework.