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Trump & J6 Prison Choir Top Chart with #1 Song ‘Justice for All’ – Listen Here

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The song “Justice for All,” a collaboration between former President Donald Trump and the J6 Prison Chorus, has topped the charts across the United States within a week of its release.

“Justice for All” was uploaded to YouTube on March 2 in anticipation for Trump’s address at the Conservative Political Action Conference during the past weekend.

According to Breitbart, it topped the iTunes national song list on Friday, ahead of tracks by Miley Cyrus, Morgan Wallen, and Tim McGraw.

Forbes identifies the J6 Prison Choir as a group of roughly 20 convicts incarcerated in the Washington, D.C. jail on charges relating to their activities on January 6, 2021.

The project’s profits will aid the families of incarcerated participants in the events on January 6.

Friday, Trump uploaded a second, more dramatic version of the music video on his Truth Social account.

The original draft was a striking reminder of what individuals who have been imprisoned have through.

As the movie progressed, the darkness of a jail cell dominated the scene, with an American flag visible through a barred window and strung with razor wire.

The film published on Friday combines celebratory pictures of Washington, American flags, and Trump rallies with dismal images of inmates.

The music video also incorporates footage captured on the day of the Capitol invasion.

Around 1:27, the video appears to depict the shooting of Ashli Babbitt, who eventually succumbed to her injury.

The music remains unchanged. The prisoners begin by singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.” After around 30 seconds, Trump begins the Pledge of Allegiance with a thunderous voice.

Trump continues to repeat the Pledge while fragments of the national anthem are sung by the prisoners.

The tune concludes with convicts yelling “USA! USA! USA!”

Following this, a notification stating “Supporting certain prisoners denied their Constitutional rights.”

Forbes reported that Trump taped the Pledge at Mar-a-Lago last month. The detainees, who sing the national anthem every evening, were phone-recorded.

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