[rebelmouse-proxy-image https://media.rbl.ms/image?u=%2FeyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJpbWFnZSI6Imh0dHBzOi8vYXNzZXRzLnJibC5tcy8yODIyOTIyMy9vcmlnaW4uanBnIiwiZXhwaXJlc19hdCI6MTY0NDgwMzE5MH0.RVtui-nDiYGTla7l4YXv1_yLFQxza13rSQ_MdTdqpRw%2Fimg.jpg%3Fwidth%3D980\u0026ho=https%3A%2F%2Fassets.rebelmouse.io\u0026s=653\u0026h=3518e8176d9b48cb5729a5ad8f35ae4d19da5e3441cdc0212cbebf73a18075f7\u0026size=980x\u0026c=3139316137 crop_info="%7B%22image%22%3A%20%22https%3A//media.rbl.ms/image%3Fu%3D%252FeyJhbGciOiJIUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9.eyJpbWFnZSI6Imh0dHBzOi8vYXNzZXRzLnJibC5tcy8yODIyOTIyMy9vcmlnaW4uanBnIiwiZXhwaXJlc19hdCI6MTY0NDgwMzE5MH0.RVtui-nDiYGTla7l4YXv1_yLFQxza13rSQ_MdTdqpRw%252Fimg.jpg%253Fwidth%253D980%26ho%3Dhttps%253A%252F%252Fassets.rebelmouse.io%26s%3D653%26h%3D3518e8176d9b48cb5729a5ad8f35ae4d19da5e3441cdc0212cbebf73a18075f7%26size%3D980x%26c%3D3139316137%22%7D" expand=1]A remarkable thing about this spirit of government tyranny and control over our bodies is that it is coinciding with the era of the laxest enforcement of basic criminal statutes of all time. Violent crime is rampant, and the border is wide open. In this sense, what we have is not only tyranny, but anarcho-tyranny, which is now being used as a means toward fascism \u2013 picking winners and losers in society based on obedience to the national agenda. Our government is now selecting for the people and behaviors it desires, even if that means making a criminal of a victim and a victim of a criminal and contorting fundamental rights upside down. As thousands of BLM rioters who burned down half of Minneapolis remain out of jail, and as a record number of criminals remain on the streets, a business owner is now sitting in de facto solitary confinement for 90 days for the crime of having her restaurant open during the illegal lockdowns. Despite 400 studies showing the interventions never worked to stop the spread of the virus, and even though even blue states have moved on from them, Freeborn County Judge Joseph Bueltel sentenced Lisa Hanson to 90 days in jail for keeping her now-defunct Interchange Wine and Coffee Bistro open last year. A political show trial against the right to earn a living According to Kevin Haskell of the National Action Task Force, a legal assistance group that helped Hanson throughout the case, Lisa is now locked in a single cell for 23 hours a day and can only come out for one hour to make phone calls and take a shower. They have essentially locked her in solitary confinement and are blaming it on COVID isolation rules. But remember, concerns of COVID in jails actually led to the release of thousands of violent career criminals. Yet an American businesswoman is not only being placed in jail because of COVID, but the concern of spread is making her suffer a more severe punishment while the same pretext is used to let criminals off the hook entirely!In the Hanson case, the prosecutor only asked for 10 days, yet Judge Bueltel gave her 90. In 2019, out of 17,355 felony convictions in Minnesota, only 3,612 were fully sentenced in accordance with the sentencing guidelines. Yet a woman who violates an unconstitutional executive order that was made under false scientific pretense and violates human rights was sentenced to more than what the prosecutor asked for.Haskell told TheBlaze that he was not allowed to sit at the table with Hanson, who opted to represent herself. \u201cJudge Buetel reiterated several times that Hanson was not a lawyer and was therefore not allowed to present or interpret law or Constitution and that the judge would be the one instructing the jury as to \u2018The Law.\u2019\u201d As such, according to Haskell\u2019s account of the trial, Hanson was not allowed to suggest in court that \u201cthe governor\u2019s mandates or executive orders were unconstitutional or against the law." Worse, she was not allowed to pass out a copy of the relevant statute to the jury members.\u201cOn day two, Hanson asked the judge if he was going to be giving photocopies of the statutes to the jury for deliberation,\u201d claimed Haskell, \u201cand the judge indicated the jurors were too stupid to understand and that he would be giving any instruction to the jury about what the law is so they don\u2019t get confused as it was \u2018too complex\u2019 for them.\u201dIs this even America? \u201cSo Lisa was accused of breaking the law, challenged immediately its constitutionality, compelled the court to answer to the law, but not allowed to use, say, cite, quote, nor display in writing the law she was challenging in the court trying to convict her,\u201d summed up Haskell.Violent criminals and left-wing attacks on government are totally fine Now we know why they have emptied the jails and prisons in Minnesota. It was to make room for business owners like Lisa Hanson. Just two days before the Hanson ruling, the state dismissed charges against Mike Forcia, the man who admitted organizing the riot to topple the Christopher Columbus statue at the state Capitol last June. As Alpha News reports, \u201cThe Ramsey County Attorney\u2019s Office supported a dismissal, citing a Minnesota policy that favors \u2018alternatives to conviction and confinement for people who have not previously been convicted of a crime.\u2019\u201d Guess who was never convicted of a crime and never engaged in public vandalism either? Lisa Hanson. In her case, Judge Bueltel waxed poetic about the need to make an example of people who try to lead political movements against the government. Yet the leader of a violent mob that damaged public property, rather than Lisa who was merely utilizing her own property against the wishes of an illegal executive order, was deemed unsuited for jail. \u201cThere was context for this unlawful act that was committed out of civil disobedience that we should seek to understand and reckon with in determining the legal system\u2019s response to this act,\u201d prosecutors said in one court document from Forcia\u2019s case.Perhaps you can forgive the state for dismissing the Forcia case, because, after all, it was only property that was damaged. It\u2019s not like he smashed property in the U.S. Capitol, only in the state Capitol. Well, Alpha New is reporting that Brayshaun Gibson, a man accused of knocking out a Minneapolis cop during a riot last August, will only serve a year of home confinement without having to go to prison. A viral video of Gibson hitting the officer with a metal trash can lid has been circulating since the time of the incident. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/embed/7NbSExV8CQ0?rel=0 expand=1] Police Officer Hit By Trash Can Lid During Minneapolis Unrest www.youtube.com As part of the plea deal, charges against Gibson were dismissed for allegedly throwing large rocks at a police car in an earlier incident and for stealing from Home Depot at least 10 times. First-time \u201coffenders\u201d are only locked up if they are leaders of a cause not so popular with the judges of Sodom. It\u2019s not just violent criminals who commit crimes in the name of BLM who are let off the hook. In general, the deterrent against crime has disappeared to the point that carjackings are now rampant and spilling over into the suburbs of the Twin Cities. According to local police, carjackings are so common that they are now advising people not to exit their cars after a fender-bender. They say there has been a 300% increase in carjackings since 2019, and \u201cthere have been a total of 3879 cars taken.\u201d Police are also warning citizens about being followed by car to their homes, where the criminals will rob them and gain access to their homes. MPD crime alert on recent home invasions and robberies, we've posted many of them.\\n\\nTwo or more suspects are following victims by car, to their home and robbing them. These suspects are reported to be armed and some victims have been physically assaulted.\\n.pic.twitter.com/WxIy9YzqJa \u2014 CrimeWatchMpls (@CrimeWatchMpls) 1638991758 Police in the Minnesota suburban city of Medina warn about rise in crime and that car thieves and criminals have \\u201cbecome bolder\\u201d.pic.twitter.com/I3YPk1hJ7F \u2014 Alpha News (@Alpha News) 1639487074 Wouldn\u2019t the prosecutors and judges want to make an example of the carjackers by sentencing them above the guidelines? Well, considering that Gov. Tim Walz, Attorney General Keith Ellison and Supreme Court Chief Justice Lorie Skjerven Gildea just voted to commute the sentence of a woman who drowned her newborn baby, it is quite evident that no amount of violence is enough to keep someone locked up in a Minnesota prison. It\u2019s a new form of \u201cMinnesota nice.\u201d No, it doesn\u2019t stem from a philosophical aversion to incarceration. It\u2019s all about persecuting We the People with punitive punishment if we exercise our constitutional rights, while accommodating those who endanger the public with violent crime. Anarcho-tyranny at its best.