Ga. Senator, Gov. candidate says he's starting 'Deportation Bus' tour for 'illegals'

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A former co-chair of Trump's campaign in Georgia, Williams' campaign website describes him as a "fearless conservative", and a press release accompanying Tuesday's campaign video calls him "the most outspoken anti-illegal candidate in Georgia's history".

"Hi, I'm Michael Williams and, boy, do we have some exciting news for you", he said.

On the side of the bus, the words "pro-Trump" can be seen.

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"We're not just going to track 'em and watch 'em roam around our state", Williams says in the ad.

Michael Williams' "Deportation Bus" plans to make stops in Clarkston, Decatur, and Athens, which are Georgia's three sanctuary cities.

"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. "We're going to put them on this bus and send them home". "Murderers, rapists, kidnappers, child molestors, and other criminals on board", as well as "Follow me to Mexico".

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His campaign published a video saying this tour would not "be one of those pansy political bus tours". Williams champions implementing the federal 287 (g) deportation program in every Georgia county to deputize officers as ICE agents. We've got the deportation bus. The Michael Williams deportation bus. Without 287 (g), we have no way of knowing when illegals are committing crimes and being sent back into our communities.

In closing the advertisement, Williams says, "If you're as exhausted, as I am, with politicians that do nothing but talk and you want to see this bus filled with illegals, vote Michael Williams on May 22".

However, he is confident in his approach to immigration as he prides himself on his role in establishing the law that requires local authorities to notify immigration officials when they have an undocumented immigrant in their custody.

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Law&Crime has reached out to Williams for comment about the bus, but he has yet to respond.

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