Monday, May 31, 2021

Polish Immigrant Who Escaped Communism Arrested, Jailed In Michigan For Refusing To Shut Down Restaurant

Polish Immigrant Who Escaped Communism Is Followed By Undercover Police, Arrested, Jailed For Refusing To Shut Down MI Restaurant [VIDEO]

On March 19, MI State Police arrested a Polish immigrant who escaped communism and moved to the United States to find freedom. Marlena Pavlos-Hackney, the owner of Marlena’s Bistro and Pizzeria in Holland, MI, was arrested in front of her residence and taken to the Ingham County Jail for refusing to shut down her restaurant.

Marlena tells 100 Percent Fed Up co-founder Patty McMurray and Michigan Republican activist Matt Seely her harrowing story that sounds like a chapter out of a book written about Communist Russia.

In a state-managed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer, a tyrannical Democrat whose Attorney General Dana Nessel is a far-left activist, Pavlos-Hackney didn’t stand a chance.

Last week, a photo was released of MI Gov. Gretchen Whitmer defying her own rules related to wearing a mask and social distancing in restaurants and bars.

After she was caught, Whitmer released a statement of apology. But what about the thousands of people who no longer have jobs or businesses in her state because of her unconstitutional lockdowns? What about restaurant owners like Marlena Pavlos-Hackney, who were forced to spend time in jail and/or were fined for not complying with the same orders she doesn’t even follow herself? Shouldn’t they get a refund if the governor can’t even follow her own guidelines?

It didn’t take long for Democrat Gov. Whitmer and MI AG Dana Nessel to turn Marlena’s dream of becoming a free American citizen into a real-life nightmare.

Watch the brave Polish immigrant Marlena Pavlos-Hackney tell her incredible story here:

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