That's not even close to a current source as in Norton's theorem's sense. I think that's what he was interested in, that is, constant current no matter what the load is (within its compliance limits, of course).Any DC voltage can be a source of DC current. As soon as AC voltage is rectified, it becomes DC, and thus a DC current source.
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