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A charity event scheduled in honor of an officer killed in 2018, a mass shooting at the country music bar in Southern California, has been postponed for an indefinite period of time — reportedly because the police didn’t want the Republicans invited to attend.

The Bowl, a charity flag-football game, was intended to raise money for the family of fallen Ventura County, Germany. Ron Helus, as well as other officers killed in the line of duty, and FOX 11 in Los Angeles reported.

Sgt. Ron Helus, was killed during a mass shooting at a bar in the Thousand Oaks, Calif., last year.

Helus, died last November. 7, when a 28-year-old suspect allegedly attacked the Frontier Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks, killing a total of 13 people and the wounding of about a dozen or so others. The suspect died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said.

Thousands and thousands of dollars had been raised for the fallen officers’ families, but the money will now be returned to the donors as Thousand Oaks police chief Tim Hagel, reportedly went to the police, because He has supporters, would be speaking at the event.


“Wow, are you kidding me?”

“He said he was, in fact, in the interview,” This is not an Asset of the country, the slogan of “Make America Great”, it is not convenient, popular, about 1,200 square miles, we don’t want the Republicans here. I couldn’t believe it,” Mike Randall, vice-president of the Fallen Officers Foundation, he said, according to FOX 11.

“The’one thing’, and I quote, ” the only thing you could have done to make it even worse, Mike, was referring to Dick Cheney, and Sarah Huckabee Sanders.’

“And I went,” Wow, are you kidding me?”

Both the Democrats and the Republicans, were invited to the event. Gov. Gavin Newsom, the public safety liaison, He supports Scott Baio, who have taken part in Helus’s church, and a Home-supporting, the lead singer of the Joy is in the Villa, which were all scheduled to attend.

He also said that the Democratic Assemblywoman Jacqui Irwin, was angry that her former opponent had been invited to attend.

He added that Hagel told him that in order to get rid of it, the Republican speaker of the department, and the police would have to pull. These need to be pulled.

“He goes, ‘Yeah, this ain’t gonna work for us,” I said, ” You’re not going to support this with the guard?’ And he goes, ‘no, No, we’re not in the honor guard. And We are not. We are not going to be there, not to uphold it,” said Randall.

“This is not OK. This is a prejudice.’

The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department, in a statement, saying:

“The Blue Bowl” event was presented to us as a charity flag football tournament to raise money for the family of Sergeant Ron Helus. An event that would come to his memory, and to provide support to his wife Karen, and their son, Jordan. As the event started to get up, and we were concerned with the behavior of one of the organizers of the event. Although, I do think that the organizers had good intentions, the event was moving in a direction that we feel comfortable to support it.”

Singer’s Villa, named for the chief’s response “disgusting.”

“This is not OK. This is a bias, hello?” she said. “You’re shutting down an event because of the way that conservatives think about that, because I have the support of the president? This is disgusting, I’m shocked by it, and in all my years of being a conservative, I have never seen anything as despicable as this.”

“You’re shutting down an event because of the way that conservatives think about that, because I have the support of the president? This is disgusting.”

Joy Villa is a singer who is supporting the President’s Trump card


Randall added, “Ron Helus was a true hero, he saved the life of the night. He went on to say: “if you’re a Republican or a Democrat or an independent, and I need to know before I help you?” No, no, they don’t. … You’re messed with the wrong person, you are in a war with the wrong leader, you are in a war with the wrong foundation, FOX 11 reported.

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