Come on, Moscow Mitch. You used the word "provoked" earlier today in your comments about the soon to be ex-*president of the United States as he slinks his way to a "good bye" celebration at Andrews Air Force Base that nobody who is anybody is going to attend, including his OWN VICE-PRESIDENT! Good riddance, Scum Bag in Chief. Here's some of my puke accumulated over the past four years for you to take with you as a snack on your way to your cesspit at Mar-a-Lago. Will North Palm Beach ever be able to get rid of the stench once they manage to kick you out of their jurisdiction?
Moscow Mitch, you won't be able to slime your own way out of what you said today about Trump "provoking" the Fascists who attacked and desecrated our national Capitol and went looking for Vice-President Pence and Speaker of the House Pelosi to kill them. You may try to argue that "provoke" is NOT THE SAME MEANING AS INCITE, as the Article of Impeachment against Donald J. Trump lists as his ultimate sin against our country, which he has used and abused and attempted to destroy for the past four years. Nope. Maybe you, Moscow Mitch, are now familiar with the word SYNOMYM, tsk tsk. You should be, as you're even older than I am. I realize teachers are no longer allowed to actually educate our students these days, but back when I was in school, in the "good ol' days," they still taught us proper English and what words synonyms, homonyms and antonyms were.
Just to refresh your memory, Moscow Mitch, I bring you fresh from the Oxford Dictionary courtesy of Google:
Do you see the word PROVOKE in the list? Yep, it's there. It has the same meaning as INCITE. Golly Gee, MM, were asleep that day in English class?