PHOTO CREDIT: Former President Donald Trump speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland, on March 4, 2023. Credit: AL DRAGO/BLOOMBERG VIA GETTY IMAGES

Last weekend Donald Trump’s debut single, “Justice For All,” reached number one on the iTunes chart. On Thursday it was removed. The single had spent a week in the number one spot on the U.S. chart, where it was being used as a charity piece and awareness raiser. The song, by the J6 Prison Choir featuring Donald Trump, was sold for $1.29 with all of the net profits going towards “certain J6 families in need.” The song had sold over 22,000 digital downloads just between March 3 and March 13.

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“Justice For All,” which J6 Prison Choir performs, featured the President performing the Pledge of Allegiance intertwined with the group’s rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” It bested Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, and other top U.S. acts. The prison choir group, which was composed of men who were incarcerated as a result of their involvement in the January 6 Capitol attack, aimed the song at “supporting certain prisoners denied their constitutional rights.” 

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The song, that was helping families and raising awareness for those wrongfully incarcerated, was sadly removed by iTunes Thursday almost a week after it was first released. Kash Patel, who served as a national security official during the Trump administration has said that Apple Music had told him it was all due to a “miscommunication” between their communications department and their music operations team. They also informed Patel that they would be working to fix the issue and have the song back up soon.

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Patel told Breitbart News,

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.

Since the song was removed from the platform it lost it’s spot on the chart and was unable to raise funds through the platform. Patel also mentioned that Apple claimed an intern could have been responsible for it’s removal.

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Trump responded to the news of the song hitting number one on Truth Social, saying “Wow!”

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Stephen Russell
6 months ago

Still censoring ala Big Tech

6 months ago

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6 months ago

Apple is weak.

6 months ago

the little communist do gooders at corporations feel that they need to act and why shouldn’t they? the current corporate climate allows them to receive cover their actions

6 months ago

apple is just rotten fruits
go woke go broke.

6 months ago

That is a poor excuse by Apple. I don’t believe Them. This was an intentional political action by Apple leadership. But as all liberals do, instead of accepting responsibility for their actions, they find a scapegoat. in this case, some anonymous “intern” catches the blame.

6 months ago

Apple and it’s minions are so obviously lying. This is just another reason in a mile long list of why our family refuses to purchase Apple products or use ANY social media. Commenting on articles is the only social media that is used or will ever used by us.
Drop all social media like the shite they ALL are and instantly feel better about life and your place in it.
Stop supporting the demtards way of communicating, if all Republicans did that and pulled all their advertising, social media platforms would all go broke and maybe then we could get our Country…World…back. At least it’s a start.

6 months ago
Reply to  Mina

Besides, Apple products are TOO expensive anyway….

6 months ago

BAD Apple ! Rotten to the Core ! Avoid their maggotty products for all your life’s worth ! Why would anyone buy products from a manufacturer who despises and HATES them !

6 months ago

Ricky Burr
6 months ago

This is Fake News. As soon as I read this I went to ITunes Store and bought it.

6 months ago

Just curious, is it Americas Apple corporate Woke officials, or China’s controlling officials who removed it? It sickens me that the great American creation Apple, is used to help subjugate America. It sickens me that we have come to a time when things worshipped by the mindless woke among us actually results in the surrender, and happily so, for the Woke-Ettes to willing take their spot as lesser entities.

6 months ago

I HIGHLY DOUBT it was “miscommunication” of ANY type. And I’m NOT even a Trump supporter, but rather a TRUE right-wing conservative who wants to defend people being persecuted (& PROSECUTED in this case) for their beliefs…..

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