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Music mogul's daughter slams ‘liberal politicians’ after Cash App founder's murder

Music mogul's daughter slams ‘liberal politicians’ after Cash App founder's murder

The daughter of music mogul, Clarence Avant, has criticized "liberal politicians" for their response to the murder of her friend and the founder of Cash App, Johnathan "JB" Baker. In a post on Instagram, Nicole Avant blamed the "lawlessness and chaos" in America on politicians who support progressive policies.

Baker was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting in Los Angeles last week. The incident has sparked outrage among the business and tech communities, with many calling for an end to gun violence in America.

In her post, Avant wrote: "The lawlessness and chaos in America today is a direct result of liberal politicians who have promoted anarchy and violence over law and order. My dear friend, JB, was murdered in cold blood because of their failure to keep our streets safe."

Avant's comments have drawn criticism from many who argue that she is using Baker's death to push a political agenda. Others have pointed out that gun violence is a complex issue that cannot be blamed on any one political ideology.

Meanwhile, in other news, the US government has announced new sanctions against Russia over its alleged interference in the 2020 US presidential election. The sanctions target Russian individuals and entities involved in cyber operations, as well as those involved in the occupation of Crimea.

The announcement comes amid growing tensions between the US and Russia, with the Biden administration taking a tougher stance on Russia than the previous administration. The US has also expressed concerns over Russia's recent military buildup near the border with Ukraine, and has called on Russia to de-escalate tensions in the region.

In other political news, US Senator Bernie Sanders has introduced a bill that would make it easier for workers to form unions. The Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act would remove barriers to unionization, strengthen protections for workers who are trying to form a union, and increase penalties for employers who violate workers' rights.

The bill has been welcomed by labor unions and worker advocacy groups, but is likely to face opposition from Republicans and some business groups. Critics argue that the bill would hurt small businesses and infringe on employers' rights to manage their workforce.

Finally, in tech news, social media giant, Facebook, has announced that it is developing a wristband that can read users' thoughts and translate them into actions. The device, which is still in the early stages of development, would allow users to control digital devices using their thoughts.

The announcement has raised concerns about privacy and the potential for the device to be misused. Facebook has emphasized that the device would only be used with the user's consent, and that it is committed to protecting user privacy.

However, critics argue that the technology raises ethical questions about the boundaries between the mind and technology, and the potential for the device to be used to manipulate or exploit users. Facebook has not yet announced when the device will be available for public use

The daughter of music mogul, Clarence Avant, has criticized "liberal politicians" for their response to the murder of her friend and the founder of Cash App, Johnathan "JB" Baker. In a post on Instagram, Nicole Avant blamed the "lawlessness and chaos" in America on politicians who support progressive policies.

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