Americans have just another scandal involving the disastrously deceitful former President Barack Hussein Obama and his spoiled partner Michele Obama, to deal with as news of the death of the former first family’s personal chef has rocked the news cycle this week.
Details are emerging from Independent media sources that the drowning death of very athletic and long-time associate Tafari Campbell- died while paddle boarding in a shallow pond of water behind the Obama’s house, which is located on their palatal estate in Martha’s Vineyard.
Tafari Campbell died in an- as yet- unexplained accident on the pond behind the Obamas’ home. He had gone out paddle boarding on the calm water at night with another person and was reportedly seen falling off the board and not re-emerging.
It’s unclear if the person who made the calls to emergency services was the person Campbell was paddle boarding with, and so far the Police do not seem at all concerned to find out those details.
CBK News has been posting updates since the death was announced, claiming to have a reporter on the scene for exclusive reporting who has been investigating some very curious details of the night Campbell died:
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TAFARI CAMPBELL WAS IN UNDER 3 FEET OF WATER
Edgartown Great Pond Tide Charts Show Water Levels At Hight Tide Not Going Over 3 Feet And At Low Tide Less Than 6 Inches.
"They want us to believe he couldn't stand up," said a local boater.
— CBKNEWS (@CBKNEWS121) July 28, 2023
And according to other Independent media reports, the death is not as cut and dry as the leftist’s media pals in the corporate media would like for us to believe.
The Daily Mail, in their exclusive reporting, wrote that Campbell’s paddle boarding death is a riddle: and that “Cops left call log reporting Obama private chef’s drowning BLANK and said it came from 2 miles away – as they refuse to reveal who he was with on the water with him”, leading to speculation that it was, in fact, Barack Obama or Michele Obama who accompanied the drowned chef before his death.
“The call came into Edgartown Police Department at 7.46pm but in logs, the reason is blank,” DM reported.
Media reports show more essential details:
Martha’s Vineyard police left the reason for the 911 call reporting Obama private chef Tafari Campbell’s drowning blank in official logs from the night of the accident.
Tafari, 45, fell into the water on Sunday night while paddle boarding on Great Edgartown Pond. He was not on the water alone, but police refused to name the person he was with.
At 7.46 pm, a 911 call was made to report that he had fallen in and could not return to the surface.
That call is noted in Edgartown Police Department’s logs, but the reason behind it is left noticeably blank. The reason for every other call for that night is given.
And here is something that is very concerning and hints at some sort of cover-up:
“The origin of the call is also listed as Wilson’s Landing – a paddle board launch site, some two miles from the Obamas’ house on Turkeyland Cove, where Massachusetts State Police say the first call came from, DM reported, along with the following graphic:
While the police are ready with an explanation for their call, suspicion from other media sources is growing deeper in their concerns- noting some evidence that Campbell may have been attacked before the drowning.
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POSTMORTEM LEAK REVEALS TAFARI CAMBPELL'S HANDS SHOW EVIDENCE OF DEFENSIVE WOUNDS
According To Unverified Sources His Right Palm And Forearm Display Injuries Consistent With A Self-Defense Type Injury
— CBKNEWS (@CBKNEWS121) July 28, 2023
But the police do not seem curious about any attacks.
Edgartown police chief Bruce McNamee told DailyMail.com that the call log is generated by the Dukes County Sheriff’s Office, adding that he could only speculate on why the reason for the call is left blank, saying it may be because the caller from Obama’s property didn’t dial 911, which automatically generates location data, and instead made a direct call to a business line.
McNamee also said the address was listed as Wilson’s Landing because that was the public launch used as the command post.
At the time the call came in, authorities didn’t know where the drowning occurred, so they used the staging site for the incident location, the chief said- and DM reported, adding:
“The property boasts a private beach from which a paddle board can be easily launched. At the time of the drowning, Barack and Michelle were out of the house.”
CBK reported that their on-the-ground reporter was removed from the area on Thursday and not allowed to investigate the situation:
SECRET SERVICE BOOTS CBKNEWS REPORTER FROM EDGARTOWN GREAT POND
"This is a restricted zone until further notice."
"All approaches to the Obama's house on Martha's Vineyard is being tightly controlled. It's impossible to even get a telescopic lense shot."
— CBKNEWS (@CBKNEWS121) July 27, 2023
It’s unclear if Sasha and Malia – who were also in town – were at home or out with friends or their parents and some reports say that the entire Obama family has left the area and not being sought to answer any questions.
Even though there are more curious details, such as an 11.40pm, 911 call, which was made from a neighbors’ house to report an elderly woman falling down the stairs.
Chief McNamee said it was entirely unrelated to the accident on the water, according to the DM report.
The Obamas’ office did not respond to requests to clarify who was in the house when Campbell’s accident occurred adding to the confusion of the unfolding situation.
However, the most important and curious details remain about the second paddle boarder, who was confirmed by dispatch calls with the emergency services, who could shed light on the details of just what happened.
One thing we know is that the original 911 call to report what had happened came from a female who, by 8.18pm, was out on the water on a boat going ‘back and forth’ – presumably looking for him.
‘We met with the reporting party, she is on a boat with two individuals and they’re going back and forth as well,’ said one of the rescuers at 8.23pm.
Campbell’s body was recovered on Monday at 10am – more than 12 hours after he fell into the water.
He was found 100ft from shore in around 8ft of water.
Since then, Massachusetts State Police have concluded that his death is not suspicious.