Georgia gubernatorial candidate goes on campaign tour with his 'deportation bus'

Georgia gubernatorial candidate goes on campaign tour with his 'deportation bus'

Georgia gubernatorial candidate goes on campaign tour with his 'deportation bus'

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. "The Michael Williams 'Deportation Bus, '" he continued. He said he plans to implement a "287 (g) deportation plan", referring to the federal program that would allow local and state authorities to enforce immigration law in their jurisdictions. "We're going to put them on this bus and send 'em home". Among the words painted on the bus: "Danger!"

"Michael Williams - a Georgia state senator and, according to his website, the first elected official in the state to endorse Donald Trump - announced this week that he would drive a bus around the state to raise awareness of 'the overwhelming problem of illegal immigration, '" The Independent reported.

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The Michael Williams Deportation Bus Tour kicks off Wednesday, May 16 2018 by visiting each of Georgia's risky sanctuary cities: Clarkston, Decatur, and Athens.

His campaign published a video saying this tour would not "be one of those pansy political bus tours". Michael Williams falls on the immigration issue.

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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 United States to declare themselves 'sanctuary cities.' This means that local authorities there refuse to cooperate with federal immigration officials in detaining and deporting illegals.

Williams faces a hard primary on May 22 to replace term-limited Governor Nathan Deal. We've got the deportation bus. Currently, he's facing off against six other candidates and a recent poll found that only 3 percent of voters back him. The bus tour comes just days ahead of the state primary next week. A year ago 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.

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