Audio Released Of Secret Service Agent’s 911 Call For Help After Obama’s Chef Fell Off Paddle Board and Drowned – The Conservative


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On July 4th, Tafari Campbell, the Obama family’s personal chef tragically drowned in Edgartown Great Pond near their Martha’s Vineyard home.

The initial 911 call came from the Obama residence. Reports suggest that Campbell was paddle-boarding with a 26-year-old female staffer at the time of the incident.

Previous accounts have been revised regarding the drowning, with Obama’s office initially claiming that Barack and Michelle Obama were not present at their residence when it occurred. However, documents released last week by Judicial Watch exposed that Barack Obama had in fact been present during the emergency scene.

“The records, which are heavily redacted, indicate Barack Obama arrived at the emergency response scene via motorcade. A short time later, a cold, wet woman, who was a witness, arrived. The next morning, the eyewitness was interviewed in the Obama residence, again with Barack Obama present.” – Judicial Watch reported.

The Daily Mail obtained audio of a 911 call made by Obama’s Secret Service agent after Tafari Campbell fell off his paddleboard.

“We have a male drowning in the back of the property right now,” the agent named ‘Dave’ told the 911 dispatcher. “We have our rescue swimmers. They’re attempting to go out there right now.”

“A rescue swimmer and an agent driving down there right now to get on the boat,” the agent said.

Dave continued, “Someone came running up to our back post, saying a gentleman, it’s just a guest of the house, is out there drowning. So right now our rescue swimmer is going out there.”

Tafari Campbell’s body was recovered the morning after he drowned.

AUDIO courtesy of The Daily Mail:

The Daily Mail reported:

A Secret Service agent at Barack Obama’s Martha’s Vineyard estate called 911 for help rescuing chef Tafari Campbell after he’d fallen off a paddle board, dramatic audio of the calls obtained by reveal.

‘We have a male drowning in the back of the property right now,’ the agent…



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