Tony Hernandez and the Immigrant Archive Project on the Streets of Miami Asking Citizenship Questions
THIS IS JUST EMBARRASSING …
Tony Hernandez, co-founder of the Immigrant Archive Project, stated that his group aimed to debunk the “misconception that it’s relatively easy [for immigrants] to get their citizenship.” Hardly, all his video study did was prove just how ignorant and clueless some Americans really are. Who knew that Susan B. Anthony did not make the first flag? Hell, most did not know who the current vice president is. Please tell me none of these people vote. I am going to go out on a limb and call these folks low information voters.
I would say this, if we have a test to pass for citizenship, maybe this same test can be given in order to vote?
That’s just one of the many questions immigrants might face when they take the civics test for U.S. citizenship — and if you think most Americans can easily answer, you might want to think again.
A new video posted online last week by the Immigrant Archive Project features 15 randomly selected individuals attempting to answer some of the easiest questions on the test.
Only one passed.