Donald Trump and a group of people claimed their bonds participation to attack the Capitol on January 6, 2021 they worked to create a song entitled ‘Justice for all’ (Justice for all).
As reported by Forbes magazine, which cites the source of the matter; The song is now available from the most prolific music ministers.
The song is interpolated by the voice of the trumpet reciting the pledge of fidelity ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ (the national anthem of the United States of America), which is performed by a group of about 20 inmates.
The group calls itself the ‘J6 Prison Choir’ and all its members are serving time in a Washington, DC prison. The song ends with the inmates joining in the cry “United States!”
according to the stateand the profits, with the diffusion of the patriotic theme, will be destined to the families of the condemned and jailed for participating in the attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021, which left five dead.
trumpet He betrayed his oath of allegiance to him at Mar-a-Lago. in Florida a few weeks ago this particular song.
The inmates, who sing the national anthem every night, were registered to use the prison telephone about a month ago.. According to Politico newspaper, the song, which lasts 2 minutes and 20 seconds, was produced by an unidentified heavy hitter.
The closing of the recording of the theme coincides with the theme disclosure by the United States Department of Justice He believes that the former president may be accused of instigating the attack on the Capitol, for which more than 700 people were arrested.
Lawyers for the Department of Justice understand that the president’s duties do not include incitement to violence, as Trump said in a speech earlier that day to the crowd. The White Housein the congressional elections the democrat Joe Biden was officially approved with the victory.