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He noted on Twitter that the Georgia state Constitution dictates that legislators “shall be free from arrest during sessions of the General Assembly” except for treason, felony or breach of the peace.
She has spoken publicly on video, for example, about the possibility of Democrats including Pelosi being executed for treason.
Chase has dismissed the criticism, saying Virginia Democrats had “committed treason” by loosening restrictions on voting last year.
A month later, an article accusing him of treason appeared on a popular national news site with close ties to Morocco’s royal rulers.
An allegation of a crime of treason, bribery or an abuse of power is required to launch an impeachment inquiry.
In the reign of some of the English kings the demolition of such houses would not have been adjudged treason.
In successive letters he reiterates the caution to beware of surprise and treason, and his anxiety for constant news.
On him, it is said, the King turned with vehement indignation, charging him even with treason and double-dealing.
Whoever infringed these rules incurred the penalties of high treason.
There was the exciting subject of 'danger to the Church' from Rome, or from Presbyterianism, or from treason within.
THE ENGLISH CHURCH IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURYCHARLES J. ABBEY AND JOHN H. OVERTON

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