J6 Prison Choir’s Song Featuring Trump Soars To Number One On iTunes
The “J6 Prison Choir” has just released a song featuring former President Donald Trump entitled “Justice For All,” and the song has already hit number one on iTunes — beating out songs by popular artists like Miley Cyrus and Tim McGraw.
The debut single is a tribute to the men and women who are currently sitting as political prisoners in the Washington, D.C. jail over their alleged involvement in the January 6 Capitol protests.
In the song, Trump can be heard reciting the Pledge of Allegiance while the J6 Prison Choir sings “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Former Trump administration official Kash Patel sent out a press release about the hit song.
“‘Justice For All’ by the J6 Prison Choir and former President Donald Trump is the first song ever released by a former U.S. President. This powerful and moving song raises awareness and support for the political prisoners still locked in jail without trial following the January 6th protest in 2021,” the press release stated.
“The J6PC continues to make their voices heard through the power of music and sings ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ every evening before bed, inside Pod C2B of the DC Jail – a.k.a – the DC gulag,” the press release continued.
Trump also celebrated the song hitting number one in a post on Truth Social, where he linked to the J6 Prison Choir’s official website. The site contains details about the members of the choir.
“J6 Prison Choir consists of individuals who have been incarcerated as a result of their involvement in the January 6, 2021 protest for election integrity after President Donald J. Trump stated ‘I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard’. The J6PC continues to make their voices heard through the power of music and sings ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ every evening before bed,” the website states.
Trump also shared the music video for the song, which mainly features the former president and scenes from the “Stop the Steal” rally and the Capitol protests.
According to a source that spoke with Forbes, the song was recorded several weeks ago at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, while the J6 Prison Choir portion was reportedly recorded through a jailhouse phone.
The song was recorded in an effort to raise money for the January 6 prisoners’ defense, and will not be used to boost Trump’s presidential campaign.
“This doesn’t have anything to do with the campaign,” a Trump campaign adviser confirmed to CNN.
These political prisoners sitting in the DC Jail have reportedly been held in abysmal conditions, with many being railroaded by the justice system despite having done nothing more than strolled quietly through the Capitol building that day. Many hope that this song will also serve to bring more attention to the plight of these political prisoners.