Trump records song with Capitol storming inmates

Trump records song with Capitol storming inmates

Former U.S. President Donald Trump and a group of people imprisoned for their alleged involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021, assault on Capitol Hill have cooperated to create a song titled Justice for all (Justice for all).

As reported by Forbes magazine, which cites a person with knowledge of the project as a source, the song is already available on most streaming music servers.

This interpolates Trump’s voice reciting the Pledge of Allegiance in The Star-Spangled Banner (the national anthem of the United States), which is performed by a group of about 20 inmates.

The group claims to be called “J6 Prison Choir” (January 6 Prison Choir). and all of its members are serving time in the Washington, D.C. jail. The song ends with the inmates joining in the shout of “USA!”.

According to PoliticianThe profits to be obtained from the dissemination of the patriotic theme swill be destined to the families of the convicted and imprisoned persons for their participation in the January 6, 2021 assault on the Capitol that left five dead.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump. during an event in Tampa, Fla.

Trump recorded that pledge of allegiance at his Mar-a-Lago, Florida, residence a couple of weeks ago.specifically for this song. The inmates, who sing the national anthem every night, were recorded with a prison phone about a month ago. According to the newspaper Político, the song, which lasts 2 minutes and 20 seconds, was produced by a major artist who was not identified.

Disclosure of the recording of the song. coincides with the disclosure by the U.S. Department of Justice. that it believes the former president can be sued for inciting the assault on the Capitol for which more than 700 people were arrested.

Mayakovsky poster during the defunct Soviet Union.

Justice Department lawyers understand that the president’s official responsibilities do not include incitement to violence, such as the one that they attribute to Trump in the speech he delivered that day to a crowd in front of the White House, when Congress was officially ratifying Democrat Joe Biden’s election victory.

Kayleigh Williams