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Committee on the JudiciaryImmigration and CitizenshipIntroducedJanuary 27th, 2015
- house Committees
Supporting or engaging in acts of war against the U.S. is an act of treason. And since the people who commit these acts against the U.S. don’t tend to hang around for trials — revoking their citizenship may be the best we can do.
"Hostilities against the U.S." seems like a pretty flexible definition — taking away a person's citizenship should be more carefully considered. Especially a person is compelled to support or participate in the hostilities.