I'm not giving you a free pass to use words in contradiction with their actual meaning.
What exactly constitutes incitement to violence is a matter of great (legal) debate. See here: http://freespeechdebate.com/en... (not intended to prove one side or the other, just to show that it is not as simple as shoving in a Merriam-Webster link).
It would be silly for us to get into that debate and I will not entertain it any further, even more so because you are ignoring and deflecting from my main points. Either respond to those or fuck off.
Let me repeat them for you:
That does not mean that Foval's group [actively incited violence | pick whatever term you like that describes what you know I mean] (like Foval said in the video: "It doesn't take much to set these guys off.")
That also does not mean that all violence at Trump rallies originated from some deliberate attempt from Foval's group.
Don't get me wrong: It's certainly a nasty tactic to deliberately try to influence the image of the Trump campaign by throwing a bunch of red meat in between his dogs and watch them tear it up, but it does not suddenly make his dogs cute little puppies. A sizable portion of Trump-supporters are still mean-spirited violent assholes. You don't get to pretend they are not and you don't get to claim that "we now know the violent rallies to be staged".