Georgia GOP candidate for governor, Michael Williams, will be in southeast Georgia and Glynn County on Monday, May 21 with his Deportation Bus tour.
The Michael Williams Deportation Bus Tour started on May 16th and will be visiting each of Georgia’s dangerous sanctuary cities: Clarkston, Decatur, and Athens. Williams will also be traveling throughout the state strengthening his support to round up dangerous illegal aliens.
According to his campaign website, Williams will expose how dangerous illegal aliens ruin local economies, cost American jobs, increase healthcare costs, and lower education standards.
Earlier this week, Williams’ “Deportation Bus” broke down on I-75 near Calhoun, according to ABC news affiliates out of Atlanta. The candidate was to appear in Athens that day when the bus broke down. Protestors were ready to great him, but the candidate did not show on that day.
Currently, Williams places 5th in a recent poll among the five remaining candidates running for Georgia’s next governor.
Williams is scheduled to be in Brunswick at the Cracker Barrell off I-95 at 7:30 AM on Monday ( May 21). He will then venture over to Waycross at 9:45 AM at the Cracker Barrell on Memorial Drive. Other south Georgia cities include Douglas, Tifton, Leesburg, and Valdosta.