On Friday, former President Donald Trump along with the J6 Prison Choir, a group of individuals incarcerated for their alleged actions on January 6, 2021, released a single titled "Justice For All" which quickly rose to the number 1 spot on the iTunes charts.
Chart Data tweeted the news about the single, which features 20 men, all held in jail in Washington, DC, singing national anthem, and Trump reciting the pledge of allegiance on the track. The song concludes with the men chanting "USA!"
According to Fox News, the men are all incarcerated defendants being accused of crimes related to the events of January 6.
Forbes reports that Trump recorded his portion at Mar-a-Lago and the men recorded theirs over telephones from their jails. The track is available on Spotify, YouTube, and for purchase on iTunes for $1.29, with proceeds going to help the families of those imprisoned after January 6.
The song beat out Miley Cyrus's "Flowers" for the number 1 slot.
In January of 2022, Trump promised that if he were reelected, he would pardon those who were arrested for trespassing on the Capitol the in 2021. Earlier that day, then-President Donald Trump held a "Stop the Steal" rally in Washington, DC, after which a group of protesters left and entered the Capitol building.On Monday, March 6, Tucker Carlson released never-before-seen footage provided by Speaker Kevin McCarthy that highlighted false claims about the Capitol riot made by several pundits and Democrats.
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