Michelle and Barack Obama’s Private Chef Dies Mysteriously

Michelle and Barack Obama’s Private Chef Dies Mysteriously

It’s been just reported the fact that Barack and Michelle Obama’s private chef has died mysteriously. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Here’s what Matt Wallace wrote on Twitter:

“As details come out… it’s becoming increasingly apparent that things do not add up…

Tafari Campbell worked in the White House during the Obama administration, and then they decided to bring him home with them as a private chef when Trump took over in 2016.


Over the last 7 years, he has traveled all over the world with them and knows many of their deepest/darkest secrets.”

The notes continued and said the following:

“Rumors are spreading that he was murdered because they discovered a book he was writing about his experience that included a lot of reputation-damaging info. This could have been seen as a betrayal from someone they trusted.

Who goes paddle boarding alone in the middle of a pond with no life jacket if you don’t even know how to swim?

To make things even stranger… a witness describes him sinking quickly below the surface and vanishing…

Why didn’t/couldn’t he grab onto his paddleboard?

Why did it take them so long to find his body in only 8 feet of water when a witness supposedly saw exactly where it happened?

What are the chances the Obamas happened to be out of town on the exact day this occurred?

Why is the media playing cover-up?

Why would he leave his wife and kids behind to go paddle boarding?

Why were many law enforcement officials so quick to write this off before an autopsy even took place?”

CNN notes the fact that Tafari Campbell, 45, “was employed by former President Obama and was visiting Martha’s Vineyard at the time of his passing,” according to a Monday news release from Massachusetts State Police.

The story so far

On Sunday evening, Campbell was reported missing after going paddleboarding.

According to the police, he went into the water, struggled to stay on the surface, and then went underwater without resurfacing. A fellow paddleboarder who was with him at the time witnessed the incident.

The Massachusetts Environmental Police officers located Campbell’s body on Monday morning at around 10 a.m. at Edgartown Great Pond.

Using a side-scan sonar from a boat, the police were able to locate him, and divers from the department’s underwater recovery unit retrieved his body, which was approximately 100 feet from the shore at a depth of about 8 feet.

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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