Beth Majeroni, a vocal citizen on substantive matters of elections and schools, was physically dragged out of a meeting of the Board of Elections by law enforcement on Monday because she would not stop her public testimony. She is a grandmother. Thomas Mahoney, Chairman of the Board, claimed that he could not allow her comments regarding her dealings with the Board of Elections and a recent citizen grand jury that she has led. So, he gaveled her out of order and used police directives to physically remove here from the room. Concernedly, all of the elections matters were already in the public record from a year-long citizen effort regarding the county election integrity.
Her effort began when Billy Wooten, Elections Supervisor, remitted a reportedly false document to Mrs. Majeroni regarding the chain of custody of the county elections materials after the primary election in May 2022. He signed a document that the materials had been picked up for transportation by the Georgia State Patrol, however Mrs. Majeroni did an open records audit through the GSP and found that they had never held possession of the materials. Instead, the ballots, memory cards, tabulator tapes, and other materials had been "stored" in the back room of the Elections Office the entire time, which she learned through a clerk.
The grand jury hearings evolved into requests for more documentation from the Board of Elections. And, her controversial testimony included how the remittance was extremely difficult to obtain. They simply would not or could not provide a record of the chain of custody of the dozens of cartons of election materials. In an apparent attempt to prevent the public from hearing the public truth, Thomas Mahoney, the BOE Chairman, gaveled her out of order. He refused to allow her to continue speaking, and when she asserted her rights under the first amendment, he ordered police force on the petite senior citizen. It all happened so quickly.
What did she do when a police officer suddenly grabbed her arm? She sat down.
When she was cut off, Mrs. Majeroni was just beginning to share the basis for her concerns with the county elections. A large number of the grand jury complaint were related to the universally spoiled machine ballots, bearing an unverifiable barcode that the county presents to citizens. Mrs. Majeroni and thousands of other county citizens have ample research evidence to strenuously object to being forced to vote over 90% of its ballots on the illegal machine system produced by Dominion Voting Systems.