– The Florida Cracker may be simple person, but can be innovative at times
– A Cracker has taken social protesting to new levels
Thanks to Sarkes Corner Special Correspondence and Sister Cindy Mamelian for this rare story of Cracker innovation.
The Florida Cracker is not always the sharpest knife in the drawer, but when not hopped up with booze or drugs, the Cracker can be quite innovative. Such is the case with Cracker Jordan Mazurek.
Cracker Mazurek encased his arms in barrels full of Concrete, outside the governor’s mansion in Tallahassee on Friday, in protest of the state’s continuing to hold prisoners amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Tallahassee police arrested Cracker Mazurek around 10:30 a.m. after they cut him out of two 55-gallon drums of Concrete that were connected by PVC pipe.
Cracker Mazurek was first seen outside the mansion, where Florida Governor Ron Desantis, a Republican, lives, at 6 a.m. “Many People Say” that Desantis had stuck his head in a barrel of Concrete when he declared that WWE Wrestling was an “Essential” Business.
Cracker Mazurek wore a surgical mask and sat between the two black drums painted in white letters — one said “stop the massacre,” while the other read “free prisoners now” — in protest of the living conditions of those who remain imprisoned amid the pandemic. At least four Florida inmates have died and thousands have been quarantined by the state. Cracker Mazurek must be given credit for wearing a Mask and maintaining Social Distancing protocols.
While one wonders how cementing ones hands in Concrete relates to conditions in the Florida Hoosegows, credit must be given to Cracker Mazurek for a new innovation in social peaceful protesting. The benchmark for peaceful social protest, Ghandi and MLK, would be proud of Cracker Mazurek.