Georgia Republican to Drive 'Deportation Bus' Around the State in Attempt to Gain Votes
“We’re not just going to track them and watch them roam around the state, we’re going to put them on this bus and send them home.”
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According to Splinter, Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams is planning on a misguided promotional stunt in which he drives a “deportation bus” through the state in an offensive effort to gain voters.
The man currently has a pitiful five percent of the votes—hence, this utterly depressing gimmick that involves offending hardworking immigrants, their children, and anyone else who dreams of one day coming to America.
Unfortunately, as is the case with most modern-day blusters that you’d rather not watch but can’t take your eyes off, Williams released a video outlining this campaign stunt wherein he explains his horrid ideas to a public hopefully less close-minded and crude than he.
Allow yourself a moment to take this in, and really reflect on what is happening here.
Williams is proudly, enthusiastically, telling his voters that the bus he’s standing by will be filled with illegal immigrants—while generic rock music plays in the background. “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,” he says with a grin, before speaking about human beings who fled their countries with terms usually reserved for animals and hunting scenarios. “We’re not just going to track them and watch them roam around the state—we’re going to put them on this bus and send them home.”