Republican Running for Governor Really Wants to Deport People With a Bus

Clay Curtis
May 16, 2018

State Senator Michael Williams is taking a "Deportation Bus Tour" to the state's sanctuary cities - that is, places where the police won't cooperate with immigration officials - to "expose how unsafe illegal aliens ruin local economies, cost American jobs, increase healthcare costs and lower education standards".

"Through his bus tour of sanctuary cities, William will expose how unsafe illegal aliens ruin local economies, cost American jobs, increase healthcare costs and lower education standards", the statement said, before touting Williams' history as the Georgia co-chair for President Trump's campaign.

"It's not gonna be one of those pansy political bus tours", he says.

Although he doesn't explain how he would have the authority to detain or deport people he believes are undocumented, Williams says the bus, which has "follow me to Mexico" written on the back, will be "filled with illegals".

These campaign theatrics are "raising eyebrows", WSB-TV's Richard Elliot reported on Twitter. Michael Williams is hitting the campaign trail in a bus.

There are three other Republicans running in the primary on May 22: Brian Kemp, Georgia's secretary of state; Clay Tippins, a former Navy SEAL and businessman; Hunter Hill, a former state senator and U.S. Army ranger. "We're going to put them on this bus and send 'em home".

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On Sunday, social media was plagued with a series of images shared by Ana Clavel on Facebook from Georgia, showing a "deportation bus" painted with the campaign slogans of a certain Michael Williams.

Williams is one of seven GOP candidates seeking to replace Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, who is completing his second term in office.

"We've got the 'Deportation Bus.' That's right, you heard me".

Law&Crime has reached out to Williams for comment about the bus, but he has yet to respond.

The Deportation Bus Tour is not Williams' first time in the spotlight.

Implement the 287 (g) Deportation Program statewide. All you have to do is take a look at his bus that says, "Fill this bus with illegals vote Michael Williams!".

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