Donald Trump records remix of American anthem with Capitol rioters
The recipes of Justice for All, released on March 3, must be donated to the families of the detainees prosecuted for their participation in the January 6, 2021 assault on the seat of parliament.
If the former US president fails to ward off his rivals in the race for the nomination of Republican Partymaybe he can bounce back into the song. donald trump participated in the recording of a remix of the American anthem, Tea Star Spangled Banner, sung by convicts. And not just any prisoners: the J6 Prison Choir presents itself as a choir made up of about twenty men imprisoned because of their participation in theJanuary 6, 2021 Capitol assault.
According to CNN, the inmates would have contacted the former president of the United States to set up this project. Trump reportedly recorded his text himself from his home in Mar-a-Lago, Florida. While the prisoners interpret the American anthem, he chants excerpts from the oath of allegiance, the one that each president recites at the time of his inauguration. The conditions for the registration of the detainees remain unknown. Although the quality of the result is mediocre, Forbes ensures that Justice for All would have been “produced by a major artist who has not been identified”.
Ten days after its release, the single topped the sales chart on iTunes according to several measurement sites. According to digitalsalesdata.com, which extrapolates sales figures from a statistical model, the single Justice for All would have been purchased over 3400 times. On the iTunes Store, the title is sold for 1.29 euros. “Paid downloads are now a tiny fraction of the music market, temperate variety. Songs of a political nature often reach the top spot on iTunes, where it usually only takes a few thousand sales a day to top the chart.
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In addition to being available for streaming, the single is released on vinyl. The 45-turns is sold for seven days 99 dollars on the site of the choir of prisoners. The group mentions “a special bonus audio recording of Donald Trump on side B”.
According Forbes, the proceeds will be donated to the families of detainees, with the exception of those who assaulted police officers. The support of the former president of the United States for the prisoners of theJanuary 6, 2021 assault is unfailing. In November, during his declaration of candidacy for the Republican primary, Donald Trump announced that he was thinking “very, very seriously” to grant a full pardon to the Capitol rioters if he returned to the White House.
In early January 2023, the Ministry of Justice said that more than 950 people were arrested for their part in the assault on the seat of parliament. More than 400 pleaded guilty at trial and 192 received prison sentences of up to ten years.