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


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

"We're going to put them on this bus and send them home".

"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. "DANGER! Murderers, rapists, kidnappers, child molestors [sic], and other criminals on board".

Illegal immigration is a fierce subject in Georgia's race for governor; only Michael Williams has the record and the plan to shut down illegal immigration in Georgia.

However, since the beginning of the year, the Georgia Senate has approved measures to facilitate deportation procedures through the SB 452, which "would require local law enforcement and court officials in Georgia report to US immigration enforcement if they learn a suspect is in the country illegally", according to wabe.org.

Critics of the program say it is costly for the localities, targets relatively minor criminals, and can damage the relationship between police and communities.

Williams said the tour intends to "shine a light on the dangers of sanctuary cities and the overwhelming problem of illegal immigration".

In March, the Trump administration filed a lawsuit against the state of California - where sanctuary policies are enshrined in law - for obstructing "federal immigration enforcement efforts". He is in favor of raising law enforcement salaries and conserving the state's Confederate monuments.

Michael Williams (R-Alberta), running for Governor as a "Pro-Trump Conservative" said in a YouTube video that he has begun his 'Deportation Bus Tour'.

"We've got the 'Deportation Bus.' That's right, you heard me".

Williams faces a hard primary on May 22 to replace term-limited Governor Nathan Deal. After serving two terms already, Deal is mandated to step down.

Williams" "Deportation Bus Tour' begs the question as to how Williams will legally gather undocumented immigrants into a bus in order to take them to Mexico.

A recent University of Georgia poll puts Williams in fifth place, with only 3.2 percent of the vote.

State Sen. Michael Williams, who promotes himself as the "most outspoken anti-illegal candidate" in Georgia's history, wants to stop at each of the state's "dangerous sanctuary cities", according to his campaign.