How do I force-quit Git Bash?

I’m in Nano via ssh on my server via git bash. And I can’t do anything. I can scroll up and down but I ***’ed it up somehow.

How do I quit it?
I tried to find the process but windows can’t tell me

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    Using PowerShell

    kill -n bash
    

    Stop-Process

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