Some of America's Ivy League students were willing to give away their right to petition, ironically by signing a petition to lose that very right.

Director Ami Horowitz oversaw a hidden camera project on the campus of Yale University to see if students could be tricked into thinking the country should do away with the First Amendment, which provides the freedoms of speech, religion, assembly, press and petition.

Within an hour of launching the project, Horowitz collected more than 50 signatures from students who were willing to dismantle the Constitution.

Students in support of rolling back America's freedoms said the idea was "fantastic" and "excellent."

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