Apple Removes Jan 6th Prison Choir Song Featuring Trump From – After It Hit #1

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Donald Trump was featured in a song by the J6 Prison Choir called “Justice For All.”

It has soared to the top of iTunes.

Trump shared this image on Truth Social and thanked those for supporting the project.

Proceeds go to the January 6 political prisoners and their families.

The J6 Prisoner Choir is made up of people incarcerated for their involvement on Jan 6th.

Apple has now removed it from the Itunes store.

Breitbart reported:

Apple temporarily removed former President Donald Trump’s debut single, “Justice For All,” from iTunes on Thursday after the hit single spent one week at number one on the iTunes chart, Kash Patel told Breitbart News.

Trump released “Justice For All,” less than two weeks ago. The song features the “J6 Prison Choir,” an ensemble of January 6 prisoners who can be heard singing the national anthem while Trump recites the Pledge of Allegiance.

Notably, the song topped the iTunes chart, staying at the number-one spot for seven consecutive days. The song beat out Miley Cyrus’s “Flowers,” Tim McGraw’s “Standing Room Only,” and Morgan Wallen’s “Last Night” for the top spot on the iTunes chart.

The song was sold for $1.29, with all net proceeds going to “certain J6 families in need.” The song sold over 22,000 digital downloads from its release on March 3 through Monday, March 13.

Big Tech is corrupt!