Tuesday, 18 December, 2018

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

Georgia GOP Gov. Candidate Wants To Round Up Immigrants In 'Deportation Bus' This Georgia Candidate Wants to Round Up Undocumented Immigrants In a Deportation Bus
Deanna Wagner | 17 May, 2018, 03:32

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". By Wednesday evening, it was back online.

The man now has a pitiful five percent of the votes-hence, this utterly depressing gimmick that involves offending hardworking immigrants, their children, and anyone else who dreams of one day coming to America.

The message is accompanied by a video showing Williams descending from a converted school bus, which reads "Danger: murderers, rapists, kidnappers, molesters and other criminals onboard". "The Michael Williams 'Deportation Bus, '" he continued. "We're not just gonna track "em and watch 'em roam around our state. We're going to put them on this bus and send them home", said Williams".

Michael Williams, a state senator and a former Georgia co-chair for the Trump campaign, is running in the Republican primary race and promising to "expedite the deportation process and send a clear message to illegal communities that they are not welcomed in Georgia".

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A number of local governments in Georgia already participate in the program. Sanctuary cities offer protection to immigrants in the country illegally and refuse to fully enforce federal immigration laws. She also mocked Williams for the misspelled "molestor".

Kemp and Williams will face off against other Republicans looking to replace outgoing Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, including frontrunner Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, former state Sen. There's little disputing that, now that we've seen the Deportation Bus. About 3 percent of voters said in a recent University of Georgia poll that they support Williams.

Georgia state Sen. Michael Williams - who claims he's the "most outspoken anti-illegal candidate" in the state's history - plans to visit each of "Georgia's risky sanctuary cities" in coming days, his campaign said in a statement. Past year he posed for a photo with members of the Georgia Security Force 3% militia, an anti-government group that turned up to the "March Against Sharia" protest in Atlanta decked out in combat fatigues and wielding rifles and shotguns. "Well, this is it", said Williams.