If you discuss DACA over brunch with five friends, you might come away thinking “we made some good points and remembered a lot of details”. It may well be that just one person made all the points and remembered all the details, but all five of you felt equally competent, because it was an organic, coöperative activity, and you weren’t keeping score.
If you were each separately interviewed a week later, four of you could be made to look dumb. But up to that point, all five of you would have felt equally superior to someone else getting the same treatment.
People should feel ashamed about not knowing stuff. But stunts like this don’t make that point, they just promote unwarranted beam-vs-mote smugness.