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POWERFUL VIDEO: Justice For J6 Prisoners!


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A new song that features President Trump and January 6th prisoners, has taken the internet by storm.

The new song is called Justice for All and quite frankly the song will give you chills.

The singers behind the song are 20 members of the January 6th choir who are currently behind bars in a Washington DC jail.

Throughout the song, sound bytes of Trump can be heard.

The Western Journal had more details to add:

Hallowed words take on new meaning in a video that brings together the voices of former President Donald Trump and inmates jailed for their role in the Capitol incursion.

The project is called “Justice for All.” It debuted on YouTube on Thursday in preparation for Trump’s Saturday speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.

In addition to Trump, performers on the single included a group of about 20 inmates confined to the Washington, D.C. jail who call themselves the J6 Prison Choir, according to Forbes.

Profits from the project will benefit the families of those imprisoned.

The video opens with the inmates singing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

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The background is a stark reminder of what those confined experience. The black of a prison cell dominates the frame, with an American flag visible beyond a barred window, with a row of razor wire stretching across the flag.

After about 30 seconds, Trump’s voice offers a resounding beginning to the Pledge of Allegiance.

Trump continues to recite the Pledge with the snippets interspersed with the inmates singing the national anthem.
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The video closes with the inmates chanting, “USA! USA! USA!”

Forbes said that Trump recorded the Pledge last month at Mar-a-Lago.

The inmates, who sing the national anthem every night, were recorded by phone.

Listen here:



 

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