GOP Gov. Candidate Is Bringing 'Deportation Bus' To Sanctuary Cities


The Deportation Bus is a mobile billboard spelling out the Republican Gubernatorial candidate's stance on illegal immigration.

"If you are as exhausted as I am by politicians who do nothing but talk, and you want to see this bus filled with illegals, vote Michael Williams on May 22", said Williams said in a campaign ad released in advance of the bus tour.

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". "We're not just going to track them and watch them roam around our state", Williams said, according to The Hill. "We're gonna put 'em on this bus and send 'em home".

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.

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Williams faces a hard primary on May 22 to replace term-limited Governor Nathan Deal.

To those familiar with Williams, this disgusting campaign ploy shouldn't come as a huge surprise as he was his state's co-chair for President Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Michael Williams, who is running for governor. Cagle's own hometown of Gainesville has developed a reputation for turning a blind eye to criminal illegal aliens.

"We are willing to go out there and hit the issue head-on, and illegal immigration is one of the biggest issues in our country and we need to start talking about it", said Williams.

His campaign published a video saying this tour would not "be one of those pansy political bus tours". We've got the deportation bus. "The Michael Williams 'Deportation Bus, '" he continued. That's right, you heard me. All you have to do is take a look at his bus that says, "Fill this bus with illegals vote Michael Williams!". Without 287 (g), we have no way of knowing when illegals are committing crimes and being sent back into our communities.