What happened: Barack Obama's personal chef drowned earlier this week near the former president's $18 million estate on Martha's Vineyard, roughly eight years after Hillary Clinton's chef drowned while hiking in New Mexico.
• Tafari Campbell, 45, worked in the White House kitchen before the Obamas hired him as their personal chef. His body was recovered from Edgartown Great Pond on Monday after a paddleboarder reported seeing someone struggling in the water.
• Walter Scheib, the former White House chef originally hired by Hillary Clinton in 1994, was determined to have drowned after his body was recovered near a hiking trail in Taos, New Mexico, in June 2015.
Why it matters: Maybe it's just a coincidence, but two former White House chefs dying via drowning since 2015 seems pretty suspicious, especially when the Clintons are involved.
Crucial context: Hillary Clinton is widely suspected of playing a role in the so-called suicide death of Jeffrey Epstein, the jet-setting pedophile who "hanged himself" in his Manhattan jail cell in 2019. Hillary's nominal husband, former president Bill Clinton, made several trips with Epstein aboard the pedophile's private jet, a.k.a. "The Lolita Express."
• Amateur sleuths have raised questions about the alleged suicide of Vince Foster in 1993. Foster was deputy counsel to the Clinton White House at the time and was struggling to handle the legal fallout from the Whitewater real-estate controversy, one of the many Clinton scandals during the 1990s. Hillary reportedly bullied Foster and was "riding him every minute" prior to death.
• These sleuths have also expressed concern about the alleged suicide of Edward Willey, the husband of Kathleen Willey, who accused then-president Clinton of sexually assaulting her in 1993.
Bottom line: The mainstream media will insist the two cases aren't connected. Don't take their word for it.