It looks tax dollars are being well spent in California.
L.A. County has established a task force that enforces COVID-19 stay at home orders.
On New Years’ the Task Force was activated and it led to hundreds of people being detained, arrested, and fined.
There was a total of five raids all across L.A. County and the big “crime” that the task force stopped was celebrations.
Can you believe that?
It’s no surprise thousands of people are heading to Texas.
90 arrested, over 900 others receive warnings as sheriff’s task force cracks down on 5 coronavirus “super-spreader” events in L.A. County, authorities say https://t.co/jISLRNd0mi
— KTLA (@KTLA) January 2, 2021
— The Daily Wire (@realDailyWire) January 2, 2021
LA 'Super-Spreader Task Force' detains over 900, arrests and fines nearly 100 revelers during NYE raids https://t.co/5saDpenrbM
— TheBlaze (@theblaze) January 3, 2021
The Blaze covered the raid and chipped in with these details:
The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department cracked down on New Year’s Eve parties by deploying its “Super-Spreader Task Force.” The strict clampdown resulted in hundreds of partygoers being detained, arrested, and fined.
The Superspreader Task Force was comprised of “hundreds of detectives, patrol deputies, and Specialized Response Teams.” The coronavirus lockdown enforcers crashed five large NYE parties in Los Angeles, Malibu, Hawthorne, and Pomona. The “illegal” celebrations were held in speakeasy locations such as upscale homes, vacant warehouses, a DoubleTree hotel, and shuttered businesses.
Where was this Taskforce when Newsom was caught at a dinner party?
.@LASDHQ's COVID Super Spreader Task Force conducted raids at 5 locations on NYE, arresting more than 90 people and confiscating 6 handguns, officials say https://t.co/qV3gtHD3xo pic.twitter.com/KGAzH4jujW
— ABC7 Eyewitness News (@ABC7) January 2, 2021
Fox 11 News covered the raids too:
The LA County Sheriff Department’s Superspreader Task Force shut down at least five New Year’s Eve parties across the county, resulting in at least 900 people being detained, 90 arrests and/or citations, and the recovery of at least six guns.
FOX 11’s cameras were at three of the parties, including Malibu, downtown LA, and Pomona.
The Malibu party was held at a large, upscale home on Moonrise Dr. after it had been promoted on Instagram.
LASD showed up outside the home in the middle of the party, warning the crowd on a loudspeaker that “this is the LA County Sheriff’s Department. This superspreader party is now over. Anybody who refuses to leave will be subject to arrest.”
Hundreds of people were ordered to leave the party immediately, those who refused were cited.
We have the FBI, ATF, CIA, and now a Super Spreader Task Force.
This really has to be a bad dream.
Next California will have Climate Control Police.