Georgia State Senator Michael Williams, Trump’s former GA Co-Chair and Republican candidate for Governor, has been met with Antifa protesters on his “Deportation Bus Tour.”
The grey campaign bus is adorned with slogans such as “fill this bus with illegals” and “FOLLOW ME TO MEXICO.”
“There were already over two dozens protesters that were at our campaign office when we got there this morning,” Williams told Gateway Pundit on Wednesday. “The sheriff’s department showed up and actually had to chase off a few people that they thought to be MS-13.”
In his campaign ad unveiling the new bus, Williams explained his policy that every city in Georgia would have to participate in 287(g), the federal program that allows local police and sheriffs to cooperate with the feds on immigration enforcement.
“The Michael Williams Deportation Bus Tour kicks off Wednesday, May 16 by visiting each of Georgia’s dangerous sanctuary cities: Clarkston, Decatur, and Athens. Throughout his bus tour of sanctuary cities, Williams will expose how dangerous illegal aliens ruin local economies, cost American jobs, increase healthcare costs, and lower education standards,” the campaign said in a statement.
Williams explained to Gateway that “we were on The View, I never thought in a million years that Whoopi Goldberg would be trashing me like she was, especially for protecting citizens of this country and our laws. Her and John McCain’s daughter were having a heyday with it.”
The video promoting the tour outraged Atlanta Antifa, who promptly called for a protest.