Oh boy. What’s happening with the Obamas? Was someone too knowledgeable?
After the identification of a drowning victim from Martha’s Vineyard with connections to former president Barack Obama, a virtually identical story connected to the Clinton White House emerged.
The paddleboarder who had submerged and failed to resurface on Sunday evening was still missing, and the search for him in Edgartown Great Pond resumed on Monday morning. The multi-agency investigation concluded when former White House chef Tafari Campbell was located by the Massachusetts Environmental Police, according to news releases.
The victim was identified as Campbell, of Dumfries, Virginia. His wife Sherise and their 19-year-old twin sons Xavier and Savin survive him. According to the Massachusetts State Police, the former White House sous chef, who continued to work for the Obamas after the president’s term concluded, was in Martha’s Vineyard.
According to information supplied by CBS News, Campbell formerly worked as a chef at the White House during the administration of former President George W. Bush. He was one of the few culinary staff members who remained during the transition from the Bush to Obama administrations.
As soon as his identity was confirmed, social media users began to draw parallels to a 2015 tragedy in which Walter Scheib, 61, a former White House executive chef, was discovered drowned in New Mexico’s Yerba Canyon after a hike. According to an article from USA Today at the time, Scheib had previously worked at the White House under former President Bill Clinton.
Holy sh*t. This wasn’t even the first time. pic.twitter.com/ipsGsu7ODy
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) July 24, 2023
So Clinton AND Obama chef’s both drowned.
WHAT ARE THE ODDS?! pic.twitter.com/9OqGQZDfsl
— Spitfire (@DogRightGirl) July 25, 2023
Tafari Campbell is a former White House chef who cooked for the Obama family.
Walter Scheib is another former chef for the White House and cooked for the Clinton family.
Both of these men drowned. pic.twitter.com/B7iJkwueNu
— Amiri King (@AmiriKing) July 25, 2023
Suspicion surrounding the drowning on Sunday night grew after the initial report described how an anonymous companion reported the incident to the 911 dispatcher connected to the multimillion-dollar mansion owned by the Obamas.