Hey look, the wingnuts have a whole new conspiracy theory and this one is truly bizarre. A group of Republican legislators in New Hampshire have submitted a bill, HB 0638, to recognize the true 13th Amendment. You mean the 13th Amendment wasn’t the one that banned slavery? Not according to these halfwits. They think there was an earlier 13th amendment that passed but was not put into the constitution:
III. The District of Columbia Organic Act of 1871, otherwise known as the Act of 1871, created a corporation in the District of Columbia called the United States of America. The act revoked prior legislation relative to the district’s municipal charter and, most egregiously, led to adoption of a fraudulent constitution in which the original Thirteenth Amendment was omitted.
IV. Today, what appears to the public as the United States Constitution is not the complete document, as it was never lawfully amended to remove the Thirteenth Amendment. Instead, the document presented as the United States Constitution is merely a mission statement for the corporation unlawfully established in the Act of 1871.
V. The purpose of this act is to recognize that the original Thirteenth Amendment, which prohibits titles of nobility, is properly included in the United States Constitution and is the law of the land. The act is also intended to end the infiltration of the Bar Association and the judicial branch into the executive and legislative branches of government and the unlawful usurpation of the people’s right, guaranteed by the New Hampshire constitution, to elect county attorneys who are not members of the bar. This unlawful usurpation gives the judicial branch control over all government and the people in the grand juries. As long as the original Thirteenth Amendment is concealed from the people, there shall never be justice or a legitimate constitutional form of government.
The bill would also make all attorneys recognized by the bar ineligible for public office, presumably because they get the title “esquire,” which is a title of nobility (but a meaningless honorific, really). And I’m sure you’ll be shocked to hear that they’re wrong about the amendment too. That amendment never got ratified by 2/3 of the states.