This video is so funny it’s frightening — especially if you’re Joe Biden.
The Immigrant Archive Project, non-profit group that documents the immigrant experience, took a camera to the streets of Miami to ask some native-born Americans some very basic questions about American history – the same kind of questions would-be citizens are expected to answer when they’re going through the process.
Mammogram technician did the unthinkable,
falsifying 1,300 test results; her punishment will disgust you
Conservatives have a raft of concerns about illegal immigrants, but immigrants who go to the trouble of becoming naturalized generally know a lot more about the country than the people who were born here.
That’s because they have to pass a test that includes questions about parts of American history too many people have forgotten by the time they got out of high school – if they ever learned it in the first place.
Check out the video and see how they did.
And if you’re really confident, take the whole test here.
You might be surprised.
H/T: The Blaze
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