Our New Hero: The Georgia Man Who Told DEPORTATION BUS to Get Off His Property

May 18, 2018
10:28 AM

This made us happy, we’re not going to lie. The saga of the racist Deportation Bus from Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate Michael Williams (who’s not even close to winning the upcoming primary) continues.

In this following Facebook video posted by Belén Reyes on Thursday, a Georgia business owner tells Williams to get off his property:

BUSINESS OWNER: Sir, can you do this somewhere else? You’re blocking my parking lot.

(At this point, Williams asks the business owner’s name.)

WILLIAMS: Are you the owner here?


WILLIAMS: Is this your property?

BUSINESS OWNER: Yes, sir. You can go wherever you like, because you’re blocking the whole of my parking lot. Everbody parks [inaudible]

The conversation continues and Williams leaves.

By the way, even Cracker Barrel told William to go away, as the Daily Beast reported when Williams try to take his bus to one of its restaurants:

We are not sponsoring this event or supporting Mr. Williams’ campaign stops in any way, and per our company policy, we will not allow him –or any political candidate— to host an event on Cracker Barrel’s property We take pride in showing our communities and our country that the hospitality we practice is indeed welcoming and inclusive to all.