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.
In his minute-long YouTube video, Williams states that his political tour won't be some "pansy political bus tour", but that he is going to implement his anti-immigration policy to "Fill the bus with illegals to send them back to where they came from".
"I got a big truck, just in case I need to round up criminal illegals and take them home myself", he says.
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.
Williams insists he isn't targeting immigrants here legally.
In the related campaign video above, Williams can be seen deboarding a converted school bus, professionally redone in grey and white paint, displaying a government-agency-like-seal, and vehicle lettering with phrases like "Deportation Bus", "Follow Me to Mexico", and "Danger!"
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In closing the advertisement, Williams says, "If you're as exhausted, as I am, with politicians that do nothing but talk and you want to see this bus filled with illegals, vote Michael Williams on May 22".
It's the kind of message you don't expect to see on a United States election campaign bus: "FOLLOW ME TO MEXICO". Critics have argued that approach puts public safety at risk.
"Michael Williams - a Georgia state senator and, according to his website, the first elected official in the state to endorse Donald Trump - announced this week that he would drive a bus around the state to raise awareness of 'the overwhelming problem of illegal immigration, '" The Independent reported.
Williams is one of seven GOP candidates seeking to replace Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, who is completing his second term in office.
A recent University of Georgia poll puts Williams in fifth place, with only 3.2 percent of the vote. The Michael Williams deportation bus.
State Sen. Michael Williams, who promotes himself as the "most outspoken anti-illegal candidate" in Georgia's history, wants to stop at each of the state's "dangerous sanctuary cities", according to his campaign.