"Intended to cause violence can never be a criterion in court" and "Can reasonably be expected to cause violence" isn't a criterion either.
You cannot point to anything that Trump said that solicited violence,
indeed, he told them to stop
all summer the nation was treated to countless acts of violence, theft, looting, etc.
You are being silly.
Trump will be charged with incitement. Incitement is a crime. This doesn't really have anything to do with free speech.
Whether Trump's comments qualify is up for a jury to decide,
You cannot legally yell out "FIRE" in a crowded space as it tends to incite panic.
the mob INTENDED to stop the certification of the next President and they actually DID manage to get it delayed. That is a classic definition of insurrection.
Trump will be charged with incitement.
This doesn't really have anything to do with free speech.
Whether or not there is incitement is something a jury should decide.
The Representative who wrote the article of impeachment is an expert in Constitutional law. You can argue that he is partisan, but so are you and you're not an expert.
Appeals to authority are logical fallacies.
No it isn't. Insurrections are attempts to overthrow a government. This was a protest against leftist cheating.
Not all of them are logical fallacies, as in this case.
This should be obvious, but some people (primarily Trump supporters) are having trouble understanding this. So I though I would spell out what a peaceful protest is, and what is something other than peaceful.
Each of these points I am making hold no matter what the political ideology of the person in question. A MAGA supporter is the same as a BLM supporter.
1) People who are standing in an open public space (i.e. a place they are legally allowed to be) yelling and holding signs are peaceful protesters.
2) People who are yelling at police officers, or public officials or passerby are peaceful protesters.
3) People who attend a BLM rally, or a Trump Rally, or a Feminist or Nazi or Anarchist or any other rally are peaceful protesters (provided they don't do anything violent).
3) People who attack police officers are violent mobs. And the people who are part of a group to attack police officers are part of the violent mob whether or not they actually do the punching.
4) People who rush past police lines to get into a restricted space are violent mobs. The people with them are part of the violent mob.
5) People who break windows to get into a restricted space are violent mobs. The people who rush in with them are part of the violent mob even if they didn't actually break the windows.
Hopefully that is clear.