(Headline USA) “Justice for All,” a song released by the J6 Prison Choir featuring former President Donald Trump, soared to the No. 1 spot on iTunes last week despite efforts by Apple and Big Tech to suppress it.
The song, released earlier this month, surpassed hits released by top artists, including Tim McGraw, Morgan Wallen and Miley Cyrus.
“J6 Prison Choir consists of individuals who have been incarcerated as a result of their involvement in the January 6, 2021 protest for election integrity after President Donald J. Trump stated ‘I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard,'” the choir’s website reads.
The J6 Prison Choir includes several prisoners who are in jail either awaiting trial or serving sentences for their role in the Jan. 6 Capitol uprising. They sing the National Anthem every night, according to multiple reports.
“Justice for All” is a recording of the prisoners singing the National Anthem, with Trump citing the pledge of allegiance at various parts. It concludes with chants of “USA! USA! USA!”
The song has continued to remain among the top hits on all streaming platforms, even though Apple removed it from iTunes last week. The Big Tech company later returned the song to the site, claiming its removal was part of a “miscommunication.”
“Seems to have been miscommunication between our communications department and our music operations team,” an Apple Music representative said in a statement. “The issue has been escalated and should be back up on our platform soon.”
President Trump and the J6 Prison Choir’s new song, “Justice for All,” is #1 everywhere.
This song touches me differently than most as I actually sang the National Anthem with pretrial J6 detainees from inside the jail.
The human rights abuses these men are suffering are… pic.twitter.com/Lc6UMFqbvy
— Marjorie Taylor Greene 🇺🇸 (@mtgreenee) March 14, 2023
Kash Patel, a former Trump administration official who helped organize the song, pointed out that all proceeds raised from the song will go to benefit the families of Jan. 6 prisoners.
“If we were raising money for Ukraine, like Brad Paisley did, they would never pull this song,” Patel said in a statement.