Bensman: Most of the migrants, the extra-continentals coming in through the Darien Gap, were people who had been living in peace, security and relative prosperity for years in South American countries – Chile, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, those kind of countries – because they knew they didn’t have a chance when Trump was in office. So they just stayed where they were. Now they’re just trading up. They’re not coming from Haiti; they’re coming from Chile, or Brazil, or Guyana, or someplace else where they’ve been living already not under duress. A lot of those people coming in are fairly prosperous. They just want to be more prosperous. And every one of them will apply for political asylum as though they would be persecuted if they were sent back – to Haiti where they haven’t lived in years.