Georgia GOP Gov. Candidate Wants To Round Up Immigrants In 'Deportation Bus'


A Republican running for governor in Georgia has incorporated a "deportation bus" into his campaign, and he says his intention is to round up undocumented immigrants in the grey vehicle.

"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.

"If you're as exhausted as I am of politicians who do nothing but talk, and you want to see this bus filled with illegals, vote Michael Williams on May 22", he says in a new ad.

"We're going to implement my 287 (g) deportation plan that's going to fill this bus with illegals and send back to where they came from", Williams says in a video announcing the tour.

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These campaign theatrics are "raising eyebrows", WSB-TV's Richard Elliot reported on Twitter.

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

It's the kind of message you don't expect to see on a USA election campaign bus: "FOLLOW ME TO MEXICO".

Williams insists he isn't targeting immigrants here legally. "We're gonna put them on this bus and send 'em home!"

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According to the bus tour press release, "The Michael Williams Deportation Bus Tour kicks off Wednesday, May 16 by visiting each of Georgia's unsafe sanctuary cities: Clarkston, Decatur, and Athens".

The Trump administration's ending of the Obama-era "catch and release" programs, and his Justice Department's zero-tolerance approach to illegal immigration has led cities across the U.S. to declare themselves 'sanctuary cities.' This means that local authorities there refuse to cooperate with federal immigration officials in detaining and deporting illegals.

The state senator will crisscross the state in the bus bringing his message of immigration reform to Georgia voters in the days leading up to May 22's Georgia Primary. Proponents say that local cooperation with federal immigration officials promotes public safety, thwarts national security threats, and is essential to upholding the rule of law in the US.

Williams hasn't responded to CNN's requests for comment.

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"I got a big truck, just in case I need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself", he says.