Lin Wood and Tucker Carlson argued in Kyle Rittenhouse’s interview.
In Lin Wood’s latest Telegram post, there was an image where he claims was an email between Tucker Carlson and Hunter Biden.
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Lin Wood didn’t post the email, but it was posted on David Clements’s Telegram.
From the screenshots, we can see that Tucker asked Biden if he could get a recommendation from him for his son, Bucker Carlson, who wanted to attend Georgetown University.
Carlson previously talked about Biden’s laptop and his commotions to the Ukraine and China.
Reposting with more redaction: Lin Wood doxxed both Hunter Biden and Tucker Carlson's contact info as of 2014. Yikes. pic.twitter.com/kL8FCGVkFj
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Yahoo News reported:
Trump-allied lawyer Lin Wood claims that Fox host Tucker Carlson and Hunter Biden have a “buddy-buddy” relationship and posted what he claims is a conversation between the two as proof.
While it’s unclear who originally posted the email exchange between Biden and Carlson, Wood uploaded the unredacted and unverified screenshot to his Telegram channel on Thursday night, which appears to detail a chain of emails between Biden and Carlson from November 2014.
Neither Carlson nor Biden have confirmed the authenticity of the messages.
In the exchange, Carlson appears to thank Biden for penning a reference letter to Georgetown University — which Biden attended — for his son, Buckley.
“Hunter! I can’t thank you enough for writing that letter to Georgetown on Buckley’s behalf. So nice of you. I know it’ll help,” read a message that, per the screenshot, appeared to be sent from Carlson’s personal Gmail account on November 12, 2014.
“Hope you’re great and we can all get dinner soon. Tucker,” the email continued.
Buckley Carlson did not go to Georgetown University, but instead studied government and political science at the University of Virginia and graduated in 2019.
These are the screenshots between Carlson and Wood:
Texts between Lin Wood and Tucker Carlson. pic.twitter.com/0VcKCueCVd
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