"I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol Building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard." The Hill omitted that quote from its article, which is consistent with the rest of the mainstream media's coverage of the speech. In this article by ABC News, a full transcript of the speech is provided. However, in the first part of the article, in which the speech is described, this quote is omitted, and other quotes from the speech are given that lead the reader to conclude that Trump was inciting the crowd to violence. The best video of the entire event before the lawbreaking began is from Right Side Broadcasting Network, which shows the crowd and the stage and loudspeaker system. Based on this information, it appears that the breakdown of the barricades began at least 12 minutes before Trump's speech ended, by people who were over a mile and a half away from Trump.... ...Extremely vivid videos of the prelude to and a breach of barricades and entry into the Capitol Building are hereand here on a YouTube channel that identifies "independent photojournalist Jon Farina" as the videographer https://www.americanthinker.com/blo..._to_have_incited_violence_at_the_capitol.html This is indeed interesting. A great development. One certain to be used in any defense against another bogus impeachment try. Clearly the crowd Trump personally spoke to is not the same one that broke into the capitol before he was finished speaking a mile and a half away from it. The time stamps of events are exculpatory for the President.