Tucker Carlson: Bobulinski Documents Intercepted and Removed From Overnight Package….

Tucker Carlson revealed this evening that someone intercepted an envelope containing documents of evidence supporting the claims by Tony Bobulinski.  The documents were mailed by a “well known overnight transport” company and mysteriously were removed in transit from New York to LA.  I have a hunch what happened…. but first, WATCH:


I review this story from a position that I cannot fully explain. However, I have personal experience -recent experience- with a similar and rather unusual situation that cannot be explained by any method other than DHS surveillance. So here’s what I think took place.

The package, likely a Fed-X delivery, was intercepted by FBI agents using mechanisms for tracking and surveillance that open targeting through portals connected to DHS.

As an outcome of the U.S. Patriot Act, the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security has an agreement in place with mail shipping companies, public/private services, that essentially allows them a portal to track all in-state and interstate mail deliveries.

The FBI has access to this data network in the same way the FBI has access to federal transportation records. Just like when you book a flight and DHS portals are open that allow FBI to track your movements domestically. This type of portal is also accessed in private company transportation like Uber, Lyft etc. DHS, and as a consequence the FBI, can easily track your whereabouts.

Without much hesitation I will bet the FBI was monitoring the communication of Bobulinski, and by extension the entire Tucker Carlson production network. Once the shipment was known to be taking place, the DHS portals are opened; the package is tracked; and the FBI moves in to intercept the delivery.

The transport company doesn’t need to be participating because they are essentially unneeded. Their system network is connected to the FBI.

That’s the likely scenario.

Wanna bet?

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823 Responses to Tucker Carlson: Bobulinski Documents Intercepted and Removed From Overnight Package….

    • nimrodman says:

      ahhhh – that alludes to NSA monitoring of Fox’s comms

      that could be how FBI knew what to intercept, the other possibility being insider compromise ot the package to be shipped

    • Eagle Driver says:

      Sending the message was Icing on the CAKE…Tucker KNEW they are watching his electronic signatures…OUCH!!!!!!! Talk about pulling the band aid off and the hair/skin come with it!!!!!!!!! ?????????????

  1. Doppler says:

    Where’s Barr in supervising Wray in PARTICIPATING in this blatant cover-up of the most appalling corruption I’ve ever heard of? They’re part of the “intellgence” services, who are revealed as in league with CCP and the Globalists, as primarily interested in securing “kompromat” over everyone is power, so that their power can be manipulated for the benefit of those with the kompromat. The Media are owned by them.

    What’s on Bobulinski’s three cell phones which the FBI got from him before he went to the Senate? If there’s not someone surveilling these guys for purposes of indictment, then I do believe the Republic is doomed.

    With all the information I have absorbed from CTH, Breitbart, Gateway Pundit, American Thinker, the Federalist, Epoch Times, I haven’t been able to persuade a single one of the 6 to 10 people I thought I might. They parrot the news media.

    My hope lies in the vast number of Trump voters on Tuesday, and the honesty of enough ballot counters in enough states to save the day.

    • Seneca the Elder says:

      Dopp- you are so right. Let us pray.

    • theoldgoat says:

      Fraud is the biggest problem I see with this election. I am convinced that it played a role in the 2016 election which gave the House to the left as it did. I am also certain that was what had Hillary and company so sure that she was going to win.

      Obama had a massive fraud effort in key areas. But the propagandist media keep telling us, despite numerous reports, that no fraud exists.

    • MainelyGerry says:

      What is the explanation of the two photos posted at the end of the column, one with FBI agents kneeling?

    • mooselasheen says:

      It’s time to call a spade a spade. Barr is dirtier than Wray. Maybe dirtier than Comey. My question is, is he dirtier than Yury Andropov?

    • mooselasheen says:

      It’s time to call a spade a spade. Barr is dirtier than Wray. Maybe dirtier than Comey. My question is, is he dirtier than Yury Andropov?

  2. jackphatz says:

    It makes no sense that the package would still be within the Fed Ex facility minus the contents.

    Could Tucker be setting someone, an agency up?

    No, I have no idea who but it’s fun to speculate.

    • rpcoastie says:

      The package was delivered empty.

      • jackphatz says:

        I know, but I think it was a ruse. Tucker has a lot of enemies right now. The delivered ‘open’ package was to show who thinks they are in charge. That person will show themselves soon enough.

    • MustangBlues says:

      Bogus: They have a complete trail of the stops, facilities, staff managers, delivery drivers, plus video and sign off action sheets, so who did it is ready to be identified.

      Just a sting operation, not possible to believe the documents would have be sent as hard copies; seems to be journalistic entrapment of law enforcement trappers.

      • dwpender says:

        I hope you’re substantially right, although I’m not sold at this point on the theory that LE was behind the purloining/opening.

        It is utterly inconceivable is this day and age that FNC personnel would send such important documents of any kind cross-country without copying them first, likely in hard AND digital forms.

      • Will Hunt says:

        No way these “documents” were not converted to electronic media. It would be beyond foolish to allow irreplaceable evidence to leave your direct control.

    • The parcel was found empty by an employee while in transit which means tampering was detected somehow…most possibly simply visually.
      It’s most likely they are not originals due to the immense importance of the documents.
      I would expect the FBI to have people on the inside of all mail and package delivery companies.
      Or the FBI have many means of intercepting items along the routes.
      I’d imagine a delivery van would present a weak link in the chain.

      • budklatsch says:

        Really hard to believe these the ONLY copies? Why would BoBo entrust a single original copy to ANYONE, let alone Tucker allowing such???

        • Scarlet says:

          They weren’t. That was the narrative that Tucker is pushing. He’s being coy.
          A possible theory that I have is this is the way that the documents get “ sold “ to certain media outlets without dirtying Tucker or Bono’s hands. ?
          It’s definitely a set up.

      • jackphatz says:

        I keep thinking this is a way of showing how awful the FBI is and an even greater way of proving Wray’s corruption . Perhaps Barr’s too.

    • RAC says:

      Most likely leaving the empty envelope to continue its journey would delay exposure of the theft and also hide whereabouts in the journey the act occurred.

    • Scott B. says:

      Sending a message? Surprised they left out the dead fish…

  3. Mark G Ryan says:

    If I sent this “package” without a scanned copy backup, I would resign by reason of incompetence.

    • It seems to me from Mr Bobulinski’’s appearance on Tucker tha he is extremely competent and would have retained at least one copy even if Fox wasn’t

    • Jeepers Treepers says:

      I completely agree. Who in their right mind would ship valuable documents without first making copies. Let’s hope that copies exist somewhere. Why do we not already know?

      • Ken Lawson says:

        I would be they kept a copy before shipping, as did the supplier of the documents, too. I think Tucker did not say he has a copy because he doesn’t want whoever took the documents to know that he has them. If someone doesn’t want him to have them and he admits he still has a copy, he then becomes a target. Better to keep quiet about what you have.

        • theoldgoat says:

          I would think that if we are smart enough to make this assumption, that whoever did this is also smart enough to know there could be copies.

          He is a target in any event. He exposed the Dementia Boy. It is upsetting the plans.

          • SW Richmond says:

            1. know you’re being surveilled
            2. “send us the originals”
            3. stuff fedex envelope with a bunch of documents saying “haha stupid douchbags”
            4. mail
            5. have a storyline you can work for weeks to come

      • Jeepers Treepers says:

        In reading other comments, it is being said that copies exist. I hope that they are are worth the fuss being made. Ia this a sting operation?

      • Peoria Jones says:

        Because Tucker is more interested in a lingering, sensational story which keeps viewers tuned to himself, than he is in seeing President Trump elected a second term.

        • Dana Christianson says:

          Tucker Has Been Pushing The Phony UFO Narrative For A Couple Years Now, Lately He Has Had Andrew Mellon, Harry Reid & Luis Elizondo On His Show Pushing Video Put Forward By The “To The Stars Academy”.. Started After Tom DeLonge Met With John Podesta… If You Think The “Plandemic” Is Bad Just Wait Till The Fake Alien Invasion..

      • Linda K. says:

        I like Tucker but I would not trust him with my life.

      • Eagle Driver says:

        Maybe the envelope contained something else and this was a reverse sting operation to find out how deep the surveillance is prevalent. Don’t get the knickers in a twist though…Tucker is smart and Boublinski is NO dummy either!!! We are finding out a number things here (per Sundance): 1) they can monitor packages and intercept them at will, 2) NSA is in on it as far as electronic comms, 3) IF you think something is safe when shipping something…IT ISN’T!!! Which leads me to believe…REVERSE STING OP!!!

    • kfish63 says:

      If the first package was intercepted, do you think Tucker would admit backups and other attempts were ongoing to complete the delivery? C’mon man!

    • Tucker said they showed pictures of what was missing to the carrier. Of course he couldn’t have shown them everything. But they had to make copies

    • jesterofthecourt says:

      The emphasis of the news account is that highly important documents relating to criminal allegations at the highest level of politics have been stolen en route.
      No indication was made that these were original documents or that there were no copies made and kept in a safe location.

    • inspectorudy says:

      Carlson said there were back ups. I agree with SD. This is no rabid liberal Dem opening up random packages. This is an inside job by operatives that were aware of the shipment. If there was ever any doubt about whose side the FBI is on it has vanished. Say hello to the DSFBI. (Deep State). It is no longer our country. A handful of elites control all of our lives and our only hope is DJT!

    • CountryClassVulgarian says:

      I found no indication in what he said that they were the only copy of the documents. I sincerely doubt they would not have made copies.

    • YeahYouRight says:

      I’m surprised they didn’t use a courier. Knowing what precious little we do of RUSSIA! and how critical this documentation is, would have had an admin from a different part of FNC inc hire a courier service to physically fly with the documents. Maybe for this story, send miscellaneous other documents the way they did to see if this all happened. Rinse and report.

    • RAC says:

      More sense would be to never let the originals to leave the building under lock and key, and use copies for every other purpose. They’ve been too trusting.

  4. Deplore Able says:

    This makes no sense to me. Why FedEx documents? Scan the documents, use incription and email. That is much safer than sending documents by FedEx.

    The evidence Bobulinski has is electronic; e-mails and text messages. Did Bobulinski give Fox evidence with ink signatures to Fox? Were there finger prints? I don’t think so. Why would he give Fox original ink signatures? This is the 21st century?

    So maybe the evidence was not simply documents? Think Monica Lewinski’s blue dress? What was the evidence? Enquiring minds want to know.

    • Ken Lawson says:

      As I understand it, these were not from Bobulinski, but were from another source and they supported Bobulinski’s claims. As for why they sent them instead of emailing them, maybe they felt that email is not safe and didn’t know what Sundance knows about how DHS can monitor FedX shipments.

    • ziegler von strahn says:

      Why let it travel through email at all?
      Should have talked to anyone in IT on how best to transfer the documents.

  5. pocaMAGAjunta says:

    …..So the threats against he and his family stopped and the Bobulinski family lived happily ever after… And THAT, is the true story of how Tony Bobulinski used his 15 minutes of fame to distance himself from the Biden Crime syndicate and get the GBI off his back.

  6. Right to reply says:

    Why wouldn’t he deliver them by hand with a legal witness?

    • Ken Lawson says:

      Cheaper and faster to send the documents than to send someone across the country is a common corporate mindset. If they didn’t think there was danger of the shipment being intercepted, they wouldn’t think of the need to send a person carrying them.

      • Annie says:

        I seem to remember that POTUS never sent anything by email..it was sent by trusted courier..smart man..

      • Will Hunt says:

        Sending critically important, irreplaceable through a commercial transport company would be enormously irresponsible. Even absent nefarious acts parcels get lost and mishandled – no system is perfect.

    • jesterofthecourt says:

      Would you want to deliver documents so important that they could bring down the Democrats? Would you risk your life carrying that “briefcase chained to your wrist”?

  7. Gary Lacey says:

    That answer a question, who has compromised the FBI…the Democrat party.

    If the Democrats think they can cheat there way into the WH…..Americans we have a problem!

  8. islandpalmtrees says:

    Bits and pieces 2

    Speculation: If you worked at a sorting facility then would you expect the automated system to flag open envelopes. Answer, yes- then this suggests that the theft remove the contents prior to sorting.

    • RAC says:

      Maybe not, I would think the machines only scan the bar codes and direct as appropriate, don’t think they would check for weight or bulk of an envelope.

      • Gary says:

        Machines called checkweighers are used in the process, just because the barcode says 2 pounds doesn’t mean they take your word for it. They purchase thousands of them at a time from companies like Verify

  9. Not relevant….

    … but overnight mail of valuable information…

    …How much money would *you* have insured that for? The tidbit about the delivery service being alarmed and upset, TC mentioning their reaction to this theft…

    I’d have personally insured it for the max allowable.

    • bertdilbert says:

      Recently sent a package FedX. Max insurance was 1k.

    • Jenos Idanian says:

      Former shipping nerd here. “Documents” can’t be declared to have any value unless it’s intrinsic — like a celebrity’s autograph or the like. The shipper assumes that you’ve got copies, and in cases like this they’ll refund your shipping costs and a negligible amount to have them reprinted. And if you do declare some exceptionally high value, you better be prepared to prove that it was worth that much to their satisfaction. You can’t say “you lost the Hope Diamond!” or “you lost Grandpa’s Rembrandt!” unless you can back it up.

      Of all the possibilities (and there are legion), “someone shipped an empty box so they could claim something valuable was stolen” is not even worth considering. I am leaning more toward this being Tucker Carlson pulling a “sting” operation, with hard copies being shipped while they are also going by alternate means. Say, another package with a flash drive with a digital copy, another copy emailed, another uploaded to DropBox and/or Google Docs and a link sent, etc. This would give the FBI a chance to show they’re working to cover it up AND give hints to who within Fox and/or around the Biden Crime Family might be tipping them off.

  10. littlequilterkitty says:

    This makes no sense whatsoever. Why would some producer be in possession of such doucments? Mr. Carlson was in the presence of Mr. B when the face-to-face interview took place. Mr. B could have personally given Mr. Carlson any and all copeis of documents, thumb drives, photos, etc. to collaborate his story. All without sending anyting through a postal service. Could this be a trap?

    • umr_engnr says:

      He mentioned the documents came from a source. Then he goes on to talk about Bobulinski separately. To me that makes it sound as if these are a new set of documents from a non-Bobulinski source.

    • a_missippian says:

      Tucker referred to the docs as “related to” Bubi’s info, not “part of” his info.

  11. Chokdii8888 says:

    Remember when Obama wanted hard copy of some Birth Record Document from Hawaii? He sent an Attorney To Fly out, Pick it up, and Deliver it to White House. So that is the safest way to deliver critically important documents.

    Maybe even send Several decoys to pick up and deliver so they cannot target one delivery man.

    This delivery intercept system has been in place long long time. As seen in released FBI/CIA files released from 1950’s.

    • YeahYouRight says:

      Exactly. The gubmint has been intercepting illegal drugs and pharmaceuticals shipped this way for decades.

      It’s impossible for me to believe Tucker felt fine about sending anything through shipments. Especially knowing the FBI had Bobulinski’s records, interviwed him, had the laptop, FBI would certainly surveil likely corroboration contacts.

      I hope he “gets it” now, that he sees the FBI for what it is and what they did to Trump. He didn’t seem to be taking this treatment so well. I wonder how he sees what Trump and family have been put through.

  12. Right to reply says:

    I don’t believe anyone would be dumb enough to post originals

    • jesterofthecourt says:

      The article never mentions originals.
      The point is that someone has the power to trace, intercept and remove contents of packages and leave no trace.

      • jesterofthecourt says:

        Someone or some thing.

      • Chokdii8888 says:

        Jester, what seems peculiar to me is that the “stealer” would normally want the victim (and the courier) to think by default that – Well it was probably just lost. In this case, by leaving an opened, empty envelop, the stealer leaves almost zero doubt that :
        1. The stealer new the contents of the envelop in advance;
        2. The victim is being spyed on or betrayed; and
        3. The stealer intends for the victim ( a famous TV media superstar) to know as facts the previous two assertions,

        So i wonder Why?

    • Linda K. says:

      Would you mail $cash?

  13. Crusty says:

    I have developed such a hatred for the FBI and DOJ that I guessed everything that Sundance described in his article. Of course, I didn’t know anything, but I suspected the whole story … so the article just confirmed what I was thinking before I read it. Since I now have the same power as Nostradamus, I will go further: If Attorney General Bill Barr even bothers to look into this disturbing incident, he will find absolutely nothing. No crimes, No indictments, nothing.

  14. Brant says:

    Ok, this is nuts. We are at critical point of election with coups and corruption abounding on the left and the thing is sent by pony express? C’mon man. Spend some money on a private jet flight avoid compromised airlines. Perfect example of penny wise pound foolish.

  15. Wethal says:

    Legal Insurrection reports that Tucker did keep copies.

  16. a_missippian says:

    Again, if he’s not already on this, SSA Brian Dugan should be assigned to it.

  17. Kaco says:

    Interesting, I surmised that there was a rat at Fox News that outed the package going out, what to look for, and had it intercepted via the Deep State operatives/goons, whoever their connections.

    I would hope they made copies of whatever it was. Otherwise, that was stupid to have sent out the originals.

    Another thought, maybe Fox has chosen to publicly “lose” this package of important evidence. I can’t see Tucker so in on it, though, especially after his interview.

  18. coolmamie says:

    It was the Russians. They wanted their disinformation back.

  19. Richie says:

    Chrissy Wray may be on Bidens Laptop

  20. dallasdan says:

    Suspicious cat is looking at Murdoch, Jr.

  21. outhousecounsel says:

    Something doesn’t smell right here including Mr. Bobulinski. His entire family is Navy, grampa was career Naval intelligence… father… brother… he was in the Navy for a while, then civilian-employed in the Navy… and then… suddenly… became a world wide big money business investor? He was doing deals with rats around the world while his family members (and buddies?) were still in the Navy? And all these years he never said a word about his first-hand knowledge of major corruption right in the White House? I wasn’t aware that nuclear warfare officers whose college claim to fame was as an athlete got so plugged into global high finance that they would be managing business for, say, a Vice President,. I’m feeling resume gap issues…The timing is all off. Where was he a year ago… Trump’s lawyers aren’t that difficult to contact…

  22. eric says:

    UPDATE-– Via Mediaite — Carlson told Salon reporter Roger Sollenberger via text that he had indeed made copies of the allegedly hot docs

  23. islandpalmtrees says:

    I wonder?

    Just remembered an old case were critical information was lost. It seems after a careful investigation, it turned out to be someone in the mail room. So truth can be stranger than fiction.

  24. shop says:

    More clickbait.

    After Trump gets re-elected we’ll get 4 more years of the last 4 years. Trump nominated the Swamp in his current term. Will he nominate more of the Swamp in his next term? As Ric Grennell has noted unless folks who never been in DC are in charge nothing will change. Just more kabuki.

  25. Auwtsnae says:

    My son works for UPS, so I asked him about this incident.

    I wondered why someone would take the documents and leave the opened package.

    My son said that packages are scanned every step of the way.

    They get scanned when they arrive at a given point and then scanned when they leave that point.

    He said that they most likely left the empty package in with the other packages, hoping that it would pass unnoticed, thus making the exact point of theft difficult to trace.

    My son noted that UPS is unionized (Teansters) and FedEx is not.

    He said that the union endorsed Biden and all sorts of screwy stuff can happen when the union gets involved.

    • Jeff says:

      I am in this line of work. If a package isn’t scanned at whatever point, it simply doesn’t exist, as far as the system is concerned. So it’s easy to just skip the scan, and the system is none the wiser.

  26. Lurker360 says:

    Conspiracy theories abound! Yes everything is surveilled in USA. But are there any other possible explanations outside of cloak and dagger?

    Has anyone considered this scenario?… Human Error: Tucker’s Assist was in a piss-ass hurry to get the docs copied and into the FEDEX/UPS/USPS box in time to meet the overnight deadline, AND He/she/it forgot to seal the envelope before depositing in the outgoing box? Shipping Hubs have miles of conveyor belts all packages traverse. It’s possible the pages fell out on the belt and ended up in no-mans-land.

    Occam’s Razor

    • donnyvee says:

      See my comment below. Searches for contents like that happened a lot when I worked at FEDEX and were rarely unsuccessful.

      • Lurker360 says:

        Ok, pages fall out, someone finds the pages, passes them on and/or realizes that they are potentially “golden”, and thus, they are spirited away. Or they are found by a lefty employee who hates Tucker Carlson, and the rest is easy to imagine.

        *I worked in a UPS Hub many moons ago while in college.

    • MfM says:

      I’ve dealt extensively with those envelopes. It would be nearly impossible to not seal one.

      The design on them is such that you have to fold it down to seal. If you don’t seal it pops back up… not as open as it had been, but definitely something you wouldn’t notice.

  27. donnyvee says:

    Good evening/morning all. Sorry for the late comment but I only just watched the Tucker segment. I worked for FEDEX for 15 years. I will only comment on the physical interception. Assuming it was FEDEX, and I think it was, here are my observations. Way before 9/11, FEDEX had a policy of see something, say something. Strangers in facilities were/are to be challenged for credentials. Someone wearing a FEDEX uniform would be less likely to be challenged. Knowing what I know, it would be easy to at least enter a facility through an open truck bay door.
    That all said, it would take someone physically removing the actual package and removing the contents somewhere unseen. Given what I remember about the integrity of the employees at FEDEX, I’m surmising the contents disappeared/were removed at the facility where the empty package was found. It bothers me to say this but I think this could not have happened without the help of at least several FEDEX employees starting with management. Management would have been given a request to pull the package, which would then trickle down to a front line employee to “find” the package without questioning why. That happens a lot for a lot of reasons, the most likely reason being a customer request to reroute the package to a new address.
    Bottom line for me is that FEDEX spokesperson or UPS is not being honest. I think they got a request from the FBI or similar to pull the package. Perhaps some discovery is in order to find out if the courier company is being truthful.

    • Lurker360 says:

      I don’t disagree with your conclusion. Just wonder if our tendency to jump to covert actions is a little over juiced at this point in time?

      • YeahYouRight says:

        Our foul play radar is juiced, but consider your “Occam’s razor,” scenario. A flighty assistant accidentally sent the possibly most important package of her boss’ career (not to mention the free world) empty? She didn’t cry in anguish when she came back from catching pickup to see documents waiting for transport? The container was presumably opened and contents removed, leaving evidence of tampering. If it was never sealed by our theoretical daft assistant, it would not be accepted for shipment and would have been caught in sorting machines. Sadly, knowing what we know, exactly which scenario, is Occam’s razor?

  28. JE says:

    An insider at FOX News may likely be involved. Someone with intimate knowledge of the package, contents, times, shipping details, etc.

    • MfM says:

      It might be an inside FOX news job… but that would not explain an open envelope in the carriers facility.

    • tpwbama says:

      Or it could be that Tucker knew his emails were being hacked… having suspicions of who was hacking…. he had documents mailed via email request ……not even needing them…….they are stolen….jackpot….he gets to report on show. Which now will draw many new watchers. So if Tucker’s intent is to make story explode despite media blackout he now has the means. As a bonus everyone suspects the FBI is in bed with Dems/Biden and now suspicions are heightened. End of Story………So what does Trump adm. do with this info of who stole the documents. Does PT have a way to find out if FBI/DHS did this and how can he use the info to warm public that the FBI is actively meddling in the election.

  29. Zephyrbreeze says:

    Maybe we need more intelligence agencies…or more intelligence in the agencies…we are swamped with agencies of too much intelligence that they shouldn’t have…

    We need a Biden Truth generator…like this Progressive Truth Generator from the Peoples Cube..


  30. swampfox999 says:

    You’re on the money, Sundance.

  31. My my, it’s raining trolls tonight, with support. Tsk tsk.

  32. grahampink says:

    Does Tucker Carlson live in a universe that has no spy novels no spy movies no espionage capers?
    No one can possibly that dense blind or stupid.
    Basic risk management teaches you to plan for every eventuality no matter how unlikely.
    The greater the risk the greater the planning.
    Redundancy redundancy redundancy.

  33. Signeroyal says:

    Boblinski is not as astute as the computer repair guy, who made copies of the hard-drive. A pretty damning move by the one person holding the only pieces of evidence of the Biden’s business dealings. Why no copies with lawyers, in a safe, safety deposit box. It’s so basic.

    • 1stgoblyn says:

      These were not Tony B’s documents. They were corroborating documents; like maybe from James Galliard, Rob Walker or the like. And more than likely there are dozens of copies of anything related to the Biden Crime Family. Afterall, these are businessmen dealing in billions of dollars.

  34. Signeroyal says:

    Boblinski is not as astute as the computer repair guy, who made copies of the hard-drive. A pretty damning move by the one person holding the only pieces of evidence of the Biden’s business dealings. Why no copies with lawyers, in a safe, safety deposit box. It’s so basic.

    • Julian says:

      I’m not sure how you can draw this conclusion.

      How do you know there aren’t copies floating around?

      No one with a functioning brain would trust the FBI with anything.

      Even if he said he didn’t make copies doesn’t mean there aren’t – he could easily be lying.

      Has he even said that?

  35. Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

    I know I’m slow as Christmas, but why would these documents be sent cross country overnight to a location where the very person being interviewed has his own documents?

  36. MfM says:

    I’d be curious how it was addressed. Did it have printed labels with lots of info on them?

    Or did it have more discrete labeling?

  37. teaforall says:

    The documents were from another source. I am sure that copies were made. FBI IC are watching Tucker. Remember Ryan works for FOX

  38. Brant says:

    Maybe this was a sting too. Maybe a micro dot chip……unless that’s only in movies….to track it. Might also be why package reported opened and contents removed. Left the chip behind.

  39. At what point, though, would the FBI actually remove the package from the carrier’s possession for tampering? At an intermediate distribution hub?

  40. lambgraham says:

    Before the election, shouldn’t the public get some answers from Wray and the FBI?
    1- Why have you slow walked, destroyed, concealed, and reclassified evidence related to Spyware?
    2- Why did you withhold the contents from Hunter’s laptop from President Trump’s Impeachment trial?
    3- When did your boss ,Barr-zini know of the contents of Hunter’s laptop?
    4- Did the FBI steal mail that was sent to Tucker Carlson?

  41. frank field says:

    Please tell me there’s copies. Jeesh.


  42. MainelyGerry says:

    What is the explanation of the two photos at the end of the column, one with the empty street and one with FBI agents on one knee?

    • Dana Christianson says:

      No Response… The F.B.I. Has Chosen To Stand-Down…. The Agency Like So Many Others Has Chosen To Take A Knee And “Bow To Babylon”……….

  43. sgtpete23 says:

    Tucker and his team are not as smart as I thought. If they were stupid enough to send the original only copy of the documents then we have lost the battle and quite possibly the war.

  44. Puzzled says:

    The kneeling FIB agents kills me. Kneeling to a Marxist, communist manifesto. They do not have allegiance to the people, they will be our oppressors.

    • gensensibility says:

      When I saw the picture of the kneeling FBI agents, I thought it was a fake. Every one of those shown appears to be a weak sister. Who is in charge of hiring at the FBI that we have this group of sissies representing them? Did they find a sociology class at Washington U and just hire the whole group?

  45. David Nash Goodspeed says:

    I agree with this article. But what now? Fire Stay immediately and escort him off the premises? Hire a replacement like Sidney Powell, Dan Bongino or Tom Fitton? What?

  46. Any agents of the FBI living a lifestyle beyond their apparent means? I wonder.

  47. Mygreney Hyportnex says:

    The FBI as our guardian angel, how touching; friends, our taxes at work!

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