Michael Williams, running for Governor in Georgia, has a very compelling story as a small businessman who struggled through hard times and became very successful. For reasons I cannot fathom, he decided not to run as that candidate. Instead, he decided to run as mini-Trump staging protests as local high schools, etc. It has certainly gotten him a strong core of support, but remember that Georgia's biggest counties all turned out for Rubio in the 2016 primary.
Likewise, Williams was not able to corner the market on being Trump's number one supporter. It got him Roger Stone's endorsement, but not Trump's. Other candidates in the race, including Secretary of State Brian Kemp, have been able to cut into Williams' pro-Trump turf.
So now Williams is out to up the game in the days leading up to the May 22nd primary. He has a "deportation bus" he's going to be traveling the state with. I assume his campaign thinks it will get him attention. It may. But, again, the major metro counties in Georgia went Rubio and the Trump brand even in the 6th congressional district, a highly Republican district, hurt Republican candidates in that special election. I think it was a strategic error to go full Trump, but we will find out on Tuesday.