Former president Donald Trump shocked Hollywood when his hit single “Justice for All” shot to number one on the charts. So Apple did him dirty and removed it from the iTunes music store. They put it back on the platform after a few hours saying the removal was over a “miscommunication.”
But it fell down the charts while the mistake was fixed. Trump adviser who helped with the song, Kash Patel, said: “It’s no surprise that suppression of free speech and charitable endeavors has now extended to the music entertainment industry and Apple Music.
“They have pulled down a song that was number one on their own charts for seven straight days, and the only reason they have is because it’s a miscommunication. If we were raising money for Ukraine, like Brad Paisley did, they would never pull this song.
Patel said Apple told him, “Seems to have been a miscommunication between our communications department and our music operations team.
“The issue has been escalated and should be back up on our platform soon.”
“Justice For All,” is a tribute to the January 6 prisoners. It features a group of prisoners chanting and singing the national anthem while Trump recites the Pledge of Allegiance.
Alongside Patel, Ed Henry helped Trump with the project. Kash Patel said earlier:
“’Justice For All’ by the J6 Prison Choir and former President Donald Trump is the first song ever released by a former U.S. President.
“This powerful and moving song raises awareness and support for the political prisoners still locked in jail without trial following the January 6th protest in 2021,”
“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 J6PC continues to make their voices heard through the power of music and sings ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ every evening before bed, inside Pod C2B of the DC Jail – a.k.a – the DC gulag.
“We basically broke the music industry is what we did here, because we put America First values back front and center.
“And we said we’re going to use free speech platforms like Truth Social and Rumble, and then we’re going to debut a song that speaks to what’s on so many Americans’ minds.
We’re not saying every January 6 prisoner has been overcharged. Some of those that committed violent acts should be punished and should be sent to prison.”
According to Forbes:
Trump recorded the Pledge of Allegiance at Mar-a-Lago a couple of weeks ago, specifically for this track.
The inmates, who sing the national anthem nightly, were recorded over a jailhouse phone about a month ago.
The song, which runs 2 minutes and 20 seconds, was reportedly produced by a major recording artist who was not identified.
A different recording project involving the inmates had been discussed, according to a person with knowledge of the project granted anonymity so they could speak candidly about the track before it was released.
But when Trump heard about the original plan, the former president asked to be directly involved.
Apple Removes Donald Trump’s Song with J6 Prison Choir from iTunes — @KashsCorner said “If we were raising money for Ukraine, like Brad Paisley did, they would never pull this song.” #JusticeForAll #JFA https://t.co/7FSWmCbW46
— The America Project (@TheAmericaProj) March 17, 2023