Darien Gap: How Anyone From South America Gets To The US Southern Border

Speaking to Frank Gaffney about the area known as the Darien Gap, Real America’s Voice Ben Bergquam said:

“Anyone coming up from South America- who are not on boats on the pacific- so most of the traffic we are seeing at Texas, California New Mexico borders all come through the Darien Gap. It is a 70-80 – 100 miles in some areas sections of dense dangerous jungle.

It is basically Panama’s and North America’s border between North America and South America there is no driving routes between there, so this has actually been a great thing for Panama. It is a natural border that they have used. A lot of people who have tried to build a road. It is the last line of defense for protecting North America from South America from invasion,” Bergquam said.

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