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

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"If they have complete disrespect for our country and our laws we need to put them on that bus and send them home", Williams said. "We have our bus tour ready to go, but it's not going to be one of those pansy, political bus tours".

"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. Michael Williams, who is running for governor.

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.

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

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

Georgia gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams released an ad touting an

Williams' campaign also specifically calls out one of his Republican primary opponents, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, for "failed leadership" on "illegal immigration", which Williams claims is "a fierce subject" in the race for governor.

"We've got the 'Deportation Bus.' That's right, you heard me". After serving two terms already, Deal is mandated to step down.

The Deportation Bus Tour is not Williams' first time in the spotlight. Currently, he's facing off against six other candidates and a recent poll found that only 3 percent of voters back him.

Michael Williams introduced the bus in a campaign ad Tuesday, Vice reported, and he plans to drive it through three sanctuary cities, or municipalities that refuse to fully cooperate with federal immigration officials. "Well, this is it", said Williams.

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