A human migration tsunami of historic proportions—anywhere from 70,000 to 85,000 strong—is on its way from throughout the globe to the U.S. southern border, funneling through the notorious so-called “Darien Gap” jungle route that runs out of South America into Panama and northward to the U.S. border.
More international migrants are crossing through the gap than in anyone’s recorded memory now, all heading to the U.S. border. The Associated Press said so. Axios said so. Now, of late, on the front page of its Sunday editions, The New York Times has said so.
But nowhere in any of this profoundly belated coverage was it mentioned that the U.S.-allied government of Panama is the primary official smuggler. Nor has it been mentioned that the U.S.-allied governments