On Saturday, the record “Justice for All,” by former president Donald Trump and the J6 Prison Chorus, sold the most copies. Fans favored it more and it sold more copies than albums by more well-known artists like Miley Cyrus, Tim McGraw, and Morgan Wallen.
The convicts who caused a commotion on January 6 in the United States Capitol are honored with this release in early March. Trump conducts the pledge of allegiance while about twenty inmates sing the national anthem. At the song’s last chorus, listeners can be heard shouting, “America!”
Prisoners who took part in the January 6, 2021 demonstration for election integrity were removed from the J6 Prison Chorus and placed in solitary confinement as a result. Trump had earlier predicted that citizens would head to the nation’s capital to “make your opinions known in a peaceful and patriotic manner.” The J6 Prison Choir has an official website, which states the following. The J6PC never lets their voices be silenced, raising their voices to sing “The Star-Spangled Banner” every night before going to sleep.
It may be found on Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, YouTube, and every other major music streaming service. In a press statement, former Trump employee and musician Kash Patel said that all of the song’s revenues will be sent to “specific J6 families in need.” The J6 Prison Choir reportedly asked then-President Trump to join them on the album. The advisor insisted the tunes had nothing to do with Trump’s presidential run.
In reviving “America First” ideals, “we almost devastated the music industry,” Patel told Breitbart News. To reflect the feelings of many Americans, we decided to use free-expression sites like Truth Social and Rumble and then release a song.
Those who were arrested on January 6 have been accused of mistreatment by some conservatives. According to reports, the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability kicked up their inquiry on Thursday by writing to D.C.’s Democratic Mayor Muriel Bowser and asking for documents related to complaints lodged by persons who were arrested on January 6.
Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Clay Higgins (R-LA), and Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) wrote to the DC Council, saying, “Eyewitness accounts of conditions at the DC Jail Facilities, especially regarding the treatment of January 6 detainees, paint a picture of despair, hopelessness, and a serious abuse of justice.”
When asked about pardons, Trump said he would “look very, very hard at pardons” if re-elected.