Lisa Hanson Out of Jail; Meets Granddaughter for First Time

After facing nearly a year of persecution and months of jail time, Interchange Bistro owner Lisa Hanson of Albert Lea has been FREED! Her “crime” was opening up her business and serving coffee to willing customers. Governor Walz and Keith Ellison targeted her because she is a patriot who refused to comply with their unconstitutional lockdowns and business closures.

A recent study by John Hopkins Institute of Applied Economics, Global Health, and the Study of Business Enterprise showed that lockdowns were not effective. The lockdowns only reduced Covid-19 mortality by 0.2% and failed to stop the spread. The devastating effects on mental health by closing schools and businesses by far outweighed the little to no public health benefits. This study compiled 34 studies that indicates that the lockdowns were not a useful tool to combat the China virus. Policy intervention was found to be based on the first case in Wuhan, China and not based on mortality.

Lisa Hanson was unable to spend time with her family during Christmas and to be there for the birth of her beautiful new granddaughter. This is pure evil! The Democrats expected everyone to abide by their tyrannical decrees and allow the destruction of American Freedom. Lisa Hanson stood in the way and wouldn’t allow her life to be dictated by corrupt politicians. Her spirit for liberty lives in all of us!

Lisa was released early Saturday morning and spent a quiet weekend with family and friends. She plans on holding a public event soon to announce the next part of the fight against government tyranny.

Nobody should have to go through what Lisa has yet she remains positive and looking forward to her future in the free, uncaged world. Her story serves as an inspiration to standing on your principles and never giving up. Lisa Hanson is a free woman and it is a beautiful moment to celebrate. More details to come on her next chapter in life and how she will continue this fight.


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  • Jake Duesenberg
    published this page in News 2022-02-07 16:54:05 -0600