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GOP Georgia governor candidate bringing 'Deportation bus tour' to state's sanctuary cities

16 May 2018, 03:04 | Erica Roy

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Georgia gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams launches 'Deportation Bus Tour'

A Republican candidate for governor in Georgia is launching a "Deportation Bus Tour" to the state's "sanctuary cities" in a campaign stunt that is bound to be controversial.

Michael Williams, who was his state's co-chair for President Donald Trump's presidential campaign, said the tour aims to "shine a light on the dangers of sanctuary cities and the overwhelming problem of illegal immigration".

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".

State Senator Michael Williams said he is taking a firm stand on immigration reform, but it's the way he is going about it that has some folks up in arms.

In March, Williams joined Breitbart News Saturday in studio in Washington, DC, to discuss the little known federal program 287 (g), which allows sheriff's deputies to become deputized as acting ICE agents. His anti-illegal alien program would expedite the deportation process and send a clear message to illegal communities that they are not welcomed in Georgia.


Williams is one of seven Republicans competing for Governor Nathan Deal's (R) seat in the May 22 primary.

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.

The Secretary of State of Georgia, Brian Kemp, published a campaign video weeks before, not only assuring that "no one will take away our weapons", but also showing a truck "just in case I need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself". There's little disputing that, now that we've seen the Deportation Bus. Go to deportationbus.com.

In closing the advertisement, Williams says, "If you're as exhausted, as I am, with politicians that do nothing but talk and you want to see this bus filled with illegals, vote Michael Williams on May 22".

We're going to implement my 287 (g) deportation plan that's going to fill this bus with illegals to send them back to where they came from.



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