Clinton Probe Team Uncovers Secret Service Mishaps in Tragic Death of Obama’s Personal Chef

 Clinton Probe Team Uncovers Secret Service Mishaps in Tragic Death of Obama’s Personal Chef

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Investigative efforts have unearthed startling information about the Secret Service’s response during an incident involving former President Barack Obama’s chief, Tafari Campbell.

This revelation, uncovered by the same investigators responsible for exposing Hillary Clinton’s email server scandal, pertains to a tragic paddleboarding accident on July 23, which led to Campbell’s death near the Obama family’s Martha’s Vineyard estate.

Judicial Watch, a group known for its rigorous pursuit of information, disclosed on Tuesday that they had obtained new details through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit. These details shed light on a critical operational failure within the United States Secret Service at the time of Campbell’s accident.

According to documents obtained from the Department of Homeland Security, spanning 31 pages, the Secret Service’s rescue efforts were severely hindered by inoperative boats, forcing them to resort to using a third party’s vessel.

Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, shared on social media that the Secret Service report detailed an intense situation where agents struggled to start their boats due to motor issues. Fitton quoted the report, saying, “I headed down with but told her to continue down and yelled to SA and SAA that I would run to get the keys for our USSS boat.

I sprinted to the CP, grabbed the keys, and sprinted back towards the boats. A similar issue occurred with the motor on the second boat. We jumped into a third boat belonging to the groundskeeper and it worked without issue.”

The report also indicated that agents from the Secret Service’s Little Rock, Arkansas, office were involved in the search for Campbell’s body. This information, brought to light by Judicial Watch, raises questions about the readiness and effectiveness of the Secret Service’s emergency response capabilities, particularly in high-stakes situations involving the safety of individuals under their protection.

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