Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Worldwide | By Gretchen Simon

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

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

Republican strategist Roger Stone will join the tour, scheduled to visit Georgia's sanctuary cities, as well as other potential high-profile Republicans, Williams' campaign tells Breitbart News exclusively.

"Through his bus tour of sanctuary cities, William will expose how unsafe illegal aliens ruin local economies, cost American jobs, increase healthcare costs and lower education standards", the statement said, before touting Williams' history as the Georgia co-chair for President Trump's campaign. "We're going to put them on this bus, and send them home", Williams says in the ad. "We're not just going to track them and watch them roam around our state", Williams said, according to The Hill.

Marco Esparza, a host on La Raza, an Atlanta Spanish-language radio station, shared photos of the bus on Facebook after a listener sent them to him.

In case it needs spelling out, Williams is running for governor on a hardline anti-immigration message. Michael Williams is hitting the campaign trail in a bus.

Mayor Terry and other critics worry the messages emblazoned on the bus like "Danger: Murderers, rapists, kidnappers, child molesters and other criminals on board" is risky rhetoric.

His campaign published a video saying this tour would not "be one of those pansy political bus tours".

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

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

Michael Williams' "Deportation Bus" plans to make stops in Clarkston, Decatur, and Athens, which are Georgia's three sanctuary cities. 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 said the tour intends to "shine a light on the dangers of sanctuary cities and the overwhelming problem of illegal immigration".

In the official press release, Williams' campaign says he is "the most outspoken anti-illegal candidate in Georgia's history".

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.

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