Jeff Cowan worked hard to become a gay sex offender and now he is working hard to become homeless.
We become the average of the five people we spend the most time with. If you hang out with gay sex offenders you will become a gay sex offender. Jeff Cowan worked hard to become a gay sex offender by hanging out with gay sex offenders in John Herriot’s CMEN club for gay sex offenders. Jeff spent over two months in the Riverside County Jail learning new things. Now Jeffrey Cowan hangs out with homeless people because he is working hard to become a homeless person.
It is good and right to have compassion for the homeless and try to help them up. But have you ever had your photograph taken arm-in-arm with a homeless person? No, of course you have not. Have you ever even touched a homeless person? No, you have not. That is because we instinctively know that the law of attraction will drag us down if we become intimately linked with lowly people.
Jeff thrives on contact with sheriff’s deputies
Jeff Cowan is working hard to become a career offender. He even has two restraining orders taken out against him by Riverside County Sheriff Deputies Whitley and Wooldridge. The reason Jeff was in jail in the first place was for violating a restraining order. Who does that? A criminal that’s who.
In March of 2017 I was renting a room from Jeff at his villa in Palm Springs. Jeff stole my car, computer, TV and other valuable personal property. The Palm Springs Police Department said that this was a civil matter and so Jeff escaped accountability for his wrongful actions as my landlord.
Law of Attraction only takes a year:
8-3-2020 to 8-3-2021
On August 3, 2020 Jeffrey made this ridiculous Facebook post about “God having a way of getting even with those who fail to show respect for others and their property” as somehow being relevant to his nephew, Orange County Deputy Sheriff Eric Goldhammer having an automobile accident. Jeff wanted to attract Sheriff Deputies and accountability for his actions into his life. And so exactly one year later he did!
On August 3, 2021, one year after making his Facebook post, Jeff was released from custody by the Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputies after spending over two months in their Riverside County jail.