A group of January 6th political prisoners, who call themselves the “J6 Prison Choir,” released a song featuring former President Donald Trump which has soared to the top of the iTunes charts.
Trump posted a screenshot of the iTunes chart which showed the song, “Justice for All,” sitting at number one.
The J6 Prison choir has gathered together every day for the past two years at 9:00 PM to sing the National Anthem. A music video for the song was released on Friday by Kash Patel, who served as the Acting United States Secretary of Defense during the Trump administration.
Watch Patel’s music video, which premiered on Steve Bannon’s War Room show:
In the song, the J6 prisoners can be heard singing the Star-Spangled Banner as President Trump recites the pledge of allegiance. All the song’s proceeds, which is priced at $1.29 on iTunes, will be donated to the J6 prisoners, Forbes reported.
Trump’s feature was recorded at his Mar-a-Lago residence and the Jan. 6 choir portion was recorded through a jailhouse phone.
In September 2022, the former president reaffirmed his support for the J6 prisoners, saying he was “financially supporting” some defendants. “There’s never been a thing like this has happened in our country, and I just want to tell everybody that’s listening, we’re with you, we’re working with a lot of different people on this, and we can’t let this happen,” Trump added.
The hit song can be streamed across multiple platforms by clicking here.