Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg hadn’t been seen in public since breaking her ribs in November 2018, but the feisty justice made an appearance today with Louis Farrakhan as the new American Republic of Islam unveiled its Constitution for the first time.
Justice Ginsburg said she drafted the new Constitution from her hospital bed in less than a week.
“I didn’t look to the U.S. Constitution for inspiration,” she told the cheering crowd. “America is the past, and the American Republic of Islam is the future. We needed a deliberate attempt to have a fundamental instrument of government that embraced basic human rights and an independent judiciary. And now you have it.”
Farrakhan, the legally anointed president of the new country and leader of its official religion, the Nation of Islam, said the adoption of Ginsburg’s Constitution proves that he’s not anti-Semitic. With his arm around the Notorious RBG, Farrakhan said, “I’m only anti-termite.”
“This is what God wanted,” Farrakhan said. “Most of our people didn’t want the United States anyway. Only slaves would want that. We didn’t build Black Power to to integrate a lunch counter, but to build a nation for near 50 million black people.”
The map of the new republic hasn’t been drawn yet, but Ginsburg said it’s only a matter of time until the Old South gets its final Reconstruction. The proposed boundaries include Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia.
“Democrats didn’t have the technology back in 1877, but we do now,” Ginsburg said. “Yes, southern Democrats intimidated black voters and passed laws to suppress civil rights, but the Old South can rise again as the American Republic of Islam. And this time we’ll get it right.”