Trump boldly opens Texas speech with J6 Prison Choir and Pledge of Allegiance

by Summer Lane

President Donald Trump made an impactful entrance on Thursday afternoon in Houston, Texas, where he delivered remarks at Trendsetter Engineering, Inc., starting his time on stage with a tear-jerking salute to the nation.

The president took the stage amid massive applause from a highly energetic audience as his signature entrance song played, “God Bless the USA,” by Lee Greenwood. However, after that song ended, the first few notes of the Jan 6 Prison Choir’s song, “Justice for All,” hit the loudspeakers.

President Trump stood and solemnly saluted while the National Anthem played, overlaid with his own voice reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.

Americans may recall that “Justice for All” hit the music charts earlier this year, where it successfully raised money for the families of the Jan. 6 political prisoners.

“I call them the January 6 hostages,” Trump explained, noting that the term “prisoners” wasn’t accurate enough to describe their situation.

He added how proud he was to record the audio for the Pledge of Allegiance for that song, calling them “beautiful words” and highlighting its “number one” position on the iTunes chart this spring.

On Thursday, President Trump also spoke directly to the people of the great state of Texas, focusing on American energy, oil, and manufacturing. He told the crowd that it was a pleasure to back in a state with patriots who “believe in FAITH AND FAMILY, GOD AND COUNTRY, OIL, GAS, AND GUNS!”

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