Conroe, April 1 – All five members of the Montgomery County Commissioners Court are recovering after successful transgender surgery. In accordance with a resolution which the Commissioners Court passed under the “consent agenda” of the March 26, 2019, meeting, Montgomery County Sheriff Rand Henderson and his leadership team arrested the five members of the Commissioners Court – Precinct 1 Commissioner Mikhail Meador, Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlene Riley, Precinct 3 Commissioner Jane Noack, Precinct 4 Commissioner Jinnie Metts, and County Judge Martha Keough – and took them into the medical laboratory of the Forensics Examiner who conducted the emergency surgery on all of them.
The surgery was successful. Each procedure took 20 minutes or less.
As Sheriff Henderson took Noack into custody, the Commissioner turned to his Chief of Staff Evan Besong and said, “Evan, from now on we need to read everything on each Commissioners Court agenda.”
The resolution’s author was Terri Jaggers, a proponent of transgender adoptions and transgender rights, who submitted the resolution as a proclamation, which the Commissioners Court passed unanimously. All five members of the Commissioners Court signed the proclamation but did not take the opportunity to read what they signed during the March 26 meeting. In fact, Jaggers submitted five different identical resolutions, one for each member of the Commissioners Court, calling for the transgender surgery.
“I guess we didn’t spend quite enough time reading the agenda items before we passed them,” County Judge Martha Keough speculated. “I’m excited that the Woodlands Bible Church will now have a lady as its leader.”
The newly-constituted Commissioners Court is the first all-female governing body in the history of Montgomery County.