Former President Donald Trump can add another ‘first’ to his list of achievements, sporting a number-one single on iTunes that beat out other songs by stars like Miley Cyrus and Tim McGraw.
Trump is featured in the debut single, “Justice For All,” which is a tribute to the men and women who are all currently incarcerated over their alleged involvement in the Jan. 6th Capitol riot.
The former president recites the Pledge of Allegiance while the ensemble known as the “J6 Prison Choir” sings “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Trump celebrated the chart-topper on Truth Social.
“‘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,” reads a press release by former Trump administration official Kash Patel.
“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 continues.
In addition to recording a song, the group also put together a music video mainly featuring Trump, in addition to scenes from the “Stop the Steal” rally and Jan. 6th riot. Trump shared the video on his social media platform on Friday.
The song, “Justice for All” #1 on iTunes right now from the J6 Prison Choir and President Trump ❤️
— I Meme Therefore I Am (@ImMeme0) March 11, 2023
“The tune was recorded several weeks ago at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago residence in South Florida, the source further claimed, with the Jan. 6 defendant portion reportedly recorded through a jailhouse phone,” Newsmax reported.
The reported purpose of the song is to raise money for the incarcerated men and women’s defense, not boost Trump’s 2024 presidential campaign.
“This doesn’t have anything to do with the campaign,” a Trump campaign adviser confirmed to CNN.
As previously reported, many alleged J6 rioters have been railroaded by the justice system, despite having done nothing more than walked quietly through the U.S. Capitol during the riot two years ago.
One perfect example of this is the man known as the QAnon shaman, Jacob Chansley. He was sentenced to a whopping 41 months in federal prison after being publicly portrayed as a veritable ringleader of the Jan. 6th protest.
Yet previously unseen video aired just this week by Fox News’s Tucker Carlson proved that Chansley had, for the most part, just been a bystander walking peacefully through the Capitol — while being accompanied by Capitol Police officers.
There’s even footage of him telling other alleged Jan. 6th rioters to scram and return home.
Watch the first set of footage below:
BREAKING: Never before seen video of January 6 shows Jacob Chansley, the QAnon Shaman, being led through the Capitol by police the entire time that he was in the building. pic.twitter.com/rikoRMWezF
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) March 7, 2023
Besides airing this footage, Carlson also slammed all the deceptive Jan. 6th committee members who’d lied through omission by hiding said footage.
“On Monday, we showed you unreleased videotape from January 6. It proved, that tape proved, that three of the most important claims our leaders have made about that day were untrue. Their claims were lies. We were not shocked to discover that. We knew there was a reason that congressional leaders had been hiding the tape and that reporters in Washington weren’t demanding to see it. They were lying to us obviously. That’s why you hide things,” he said.
“But what was actually surprising, what we can’t quite get over even now, is how they responded when they were caught lying. They didn’t seem embarrassed. They didn’t apologize. They weren’t even curious to learn more about what actually happened on January 6. Let’s see the tape. No, they don’t want to see it. They exploded in rage. And then as liars tend to do, they doubled down,” he added.
Yes, they did. Ever since Carlson released the footage, Democrats and their media allies have been attacking him ad nauseam, accusing him of downplaying what happened on Jan. 6th.
These are, of course, the same people who downplayed and continue to downplay the deadly Black Lives Matter riots of 2020 — and who likewise so fiercely defended the hundreds of violent BLM rioters who were arrested.
When they were arrested, it was important for them to be given leniency, the left had argued. But now that the shoe is on the other foot and members of the right have been arrested for participating in their own riot — one significantly less deadly than the BLM riots — the left has no interest in leniency and mercy. But Trump does.
Last year, he revealed that he was “financially supporting” some incarcerated alleged Jan. 6th rioters and would consider “very strongly and very favorably” pardoning them were he to win the 2024 presidential election.
“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,” he said.
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