‘Super-Spreader’ New Years Eve Party in Malibu Is Shut Down, Evangelist Takes Maskless Event To Mugu

Written by on January 2, 2021

The LA County Sheriff is not releasing details … but they say Malibu was one of five places where a New Year’s Eve party was busted for violating County Public health orders against possible super spreaders events.

The sheriff announced that his Super-Spreader Task Force conducted operations at five separate locations across the County of Los Angeles on New Year’s Eve. Hundreds of detectives, patrol deputies, and Specialized Response Teams shut down super-spreader events in the cities of Hawthorne and Pomona … two in Los Angeles … and one here in Malibu.

The locations ranged from rented residences, vacant warehouses, hotels, and shuttered businesses.

Over nine hundred people were warned and advised of the updated Safer at Home Order, and five handguns were recovered from the super-spreader event in Hawthorne.

Most of the hundreds of people at the parties was simply advised on proper COVID-19 safety protocols.

But something 90 adults were arrested and cited for violations of the County’s Safer at Home order.

Sheriff Alex Villanueva said, “I have made it clear that we will seek out and take law enforcement action against all ‘Super-Spreader’ events occurring anywhere within Los Angeles County. “

The goal of these enforcement actions is to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and the risk to our vulnerable populations.”

But activists in Los Angeles are questioning why the sheriff’s department is cracking down at parties … mostly in the inner city … while ignoring flagrant violations of the public health order at restaurants in the suburbs.

In fact … sheriffs captains have been telling restaurants that they can continue to violate the County public health order without fear that deputies will shut them down.

The captain of the Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff Station has been quoted as telling the managers at one restaurant that they can operate with impunity their outdoor eating area.

County health officials said they will cancel the restaurant’s Health permit … and the state has said they will cancel its liquor license.


Southern California residents mostly stayed home on New Year’s Eve, heeding warnings by public health officials, but several large gatherings were still held across the region.

Christian activist Sean Feucht drew an estimated 2,500 mostly unmasked attendants to a church parking lot in Valencia.

Kirk Cameron … the former child star and current evangelist … moved his Malibu rally out of Malibu.

Abut 100 people … judging from helicopter pictures. … gathered up in Ventura County … at Point Mugu.

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