New Audio Reveals Secret Service Agent’s Weird 911 Call for Help After Obama’s Chef Drowned

New Audio Reveals Secret Service Agent’s Weird 911 Call for Help After Obama’s Chef Drowned

In July, the chef of Barack and Michelle Obama, Tafari Campbell, tragically lost his life in a pond close to their Martha’s Vineyard residence. The first 911 call was made from the Obama’s home.

Campbell was supposedly paddleboarding on Edgartown Great Pond with a 26-year-old female staff member from the Obama team when he tragically drowned.

The story about the drowning has changed many times.

Obama’s office had previously stated that Barack and Michelle were not at the house when Tafari drowned.

Last week, the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch unveiled new documents that disclosed Barack Obama’s presence at the emergency site during the drowning incident.

“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 acquired audio of a 911 call placed by a Secret Service agent from Obama’s security detail following Tafari Campbell’s paddleboard incident.

“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,” he later added.

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

“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,” Dave continued.

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