Fox News host Tucker Carlson revealed on Wednesday night, Oct. 28, that “real” and “damning” documents related to the family of Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden sent by a source suddenly vanished. 

Carlson said the documents were mailed by a “well known overnight transport” company and mysteriously disappeared somewhere between New York and Los Angeles. 

“But the Biden documents never arrived in Los Angeles,” Carlson said. “Tuesday morning, we received word from the shipping company that our package had been opened and the contents were missing. The documents had disappeared.”

“Those documents have vanished. As of tonight, 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 just six days from now,” Carlson added. “We spoke to executives at that company a few hours ago; they seemed baffled and deeply bothered by this, and so are we.”

On Tuesday, Carlson interviewed a former business partner of Hunter Biden, Tony Bobulinski, who has come forward about Hunter’s overseas business dealings and Joe Biden’s involvement in the matter. 

Bobulinski told Carlson that he met with Joe Biden in early May 2017 and disproved of the Democrats’ narrative that the disclosure of those documents was part of a Russian disinformation campaign. He said Tuesday that he was warned against going public with information about the Biden family when another ex-partner told him, “You’re just going to bury all of us.”

“Bobulinski told a remarkable story. Joe Biden—who, once again, could be president of the United States next week—was planning business deals with America’s most formidable global opponent. And when he was caught doing it, Joe Biden lied,” Carlson wrote in an op-ed published on Wednesday night.

“And then he went further. He slandered an innocent man as a traitor to his own country. It is clear that Joe Biden did that. That’s not a partisan talking point uttered in bad faith on behalf of another presidential campaign. It’s true,” he continued.

The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee on Wednesday confirmed that all the material provided by Bobulinski is legitimate. The committee will not call him to testify before the Nov. 3 elections. 

The FBI has agreed to interview Bobulinski after he went on the record last week. However, he or his lawyers reached out to the FBI about a meeting, not the other way around; a source told Fox News.