Donald Trump released "Justice For All" less than two weeks ago.
In that time alone, it spent a week at number one on the iTunes chart.
Before Apple removed it.
The song was recorded with the "J6 Prison Choir," an ensemble of prisoners captured on January 6. They can be heard singing our national anthem while Donald Trump recites the Pledge of Allegiance.
The song shot straight to the top of the iTunes chart, beating out Miley Cyrus' "Flowers" for the number one slot.
At a price tag of $1.29, the song sold over 22,000 digital downloads with all net proceeds going to "certain J6 families in need."
The fun didn't last for long though, as Apple removed the song from iTunes on March 16. Even though it was eventually restored on the platform, Apple's goal had been accomplished.
Donald Trump and the J6 Prison Choir lost their spot at the top of the charts.
"Seems to have been miscommunication between our communications department and our music operations team," a senior Apple Music representative said. "The issue has been escalated and should be back up on our platform soon."
The song was in fact back up soon, but not before losing its spot at the top of the charts which will obviously kill sales.
Kash Patel speculated that the song would not have been removed if it had been in support of Ukraine instead of Americans.
"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."
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