Deep inside the deadly Darien Gap where migrants risk it all to make it to Americas Southern border.
Millie Weaver interviews war correspondent Michael Yon about his journey deep inside the most dangerous jungle between Panama and Columbia: the Darién Gap. Migrants from all over the world have to walk through sixty-miles of dense jungle and flash-floods facing robbery, rape, and even murder as smugglers and cartels exploit them for protection and transportation. Joe Biden's policies which allow an open southern border have encouraged migrants from third world nations to flock to the dangerous migrant trail in hopes that they will illegally enter into the US.
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In this two part series, we’ll see how a broken US immigration policy and an open border incentivizes tens-of-thousands of migrants to risk their lives and the lives of their children; bargaining with drug cartels and human traffickers; risking it all to take a chance.
Michael Yon is an acclaimed war correspondent. "Combining his skills as a writer and a photographer, and with the encouragement of fellow veterans, Michael began his correspondent career by traveling to Iraq in December of 2004. That was the first step in his nearly 20 year journey—traveling the globe to report on world events firsthand. He has traveled to more than 80 countries including China, India, Bhutan and Vietnam."- https://michaelyon.com/#about