Trump records a song with the arrested participants in the storming of the Capitol


Former US President Donald Trump recorded a musical composition with the participation of a choir of his supporters who went to prison after the storming of the Capitol in February 2021. This was reported on March 2 by the publication Forbes.

A song just over two minutes long called Justice for All (“Justice for All”) was published on music platforms.

Over monotonous keyboard accompaniment, about 20 prisoners, known as the J6 Prison Choir, can be heard singing the American anthem.

Then the voice of Donald Trump swears an oath to the American flag, after which the choir begins to chant: “USA.”

It is noted that the fees from the composition will go to help the families of all those who were convicted after the January 6 protests.

According to the publication, The ex-President of the United States recorded the song at his residence in Florida. The prisoners sing the US national anthem every evening, their voices were recorded on a local phone about a month ago.

Earlier, on February 10, former US Vice President Michael Pence received a subpoena for questioning in the Donald Trump case. According to media reports, prior to this, Pence’s lawyers had been negotiating with federal prosecutors for almost nine months.

On January 10, it was reported that in November, Trump’s ally and former lawyer Rudy Giuliani received a subpoena in Washington. At the same time, it became known that he was being called to testify and present documents to a federal jury in Washington.

On December 23, it was reported that a special committee of the US House of Representatives investigating the attack on the Capitol in January 2021 recommended that Trump be banned from the next presidential election. This recommendation was made during the collection of a report on the investigation of what happened at the Capitol.

On the same day, it became known that the special committee recommended filing four criminal cases against the former US president. Trump, in turn, called the published report on the investigation into the storming of the Capitol a witch hunt.

On December 19, Trump said that holding him accountable for the storming of the Capitol would indicate an attempt to exclude him from the new elections. According to the ex-president, the presentation of similar claims has already failed. Trump himself, against the backdrop of these accusations, stated that he had immunity.

On January 6, 2021, supporters of President Trump, dissatisfied with the results of the 2020 US presidential election and believing that their results were rigged, rioted on Capitol Hill in Washington.

Protesters attempted to take over the Capitol building and stormed inside. As a result, the building was destroyed, five people died, including a policeman, several dozen were injured and arrested.


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