Incite [verb]

Definition of Incite:

encourage, provoke

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Sentence/Example of Incite:

They may argue that the House managers have failed to prove that what he did meets the terms of inciting an insurrection.

I don’t think he was inciting violence by that, but I do think that it led to a dangerous situation.

Parler was effectively knocked offline in January when Amazon, Apple and Google stopped providing it technical services for violating their policies against online posts that incite violence.

She argued there needs to be accountability for Republicans in Congress who made false claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 election and who have not condemned the events or apologized for their alleged role in inciting the attempted insurrection.

The former president was impeached for a second time in the House of Representatives, most recently for “engaging in high Crimes and Misdemeanors by inciting violence against the Government of the United States.”

“If venture capitalists committed to not investing in predatory business models that incite violence, that would have a transformational effect,” says McNamee.

What surprised me is that when you tell your friends and family, they ask if maybe it didn’t happen that way, or if you incited it.

Last week, marking a rare departure from its much more hands-off approach regarding American extremists, Telegram blocked dozens of public channels for inciting violence, saying they violated the terms of service.

In the interest of clarity, we are not alleging here that Fox News incited an insurrection — a legal term that requires proving at least a direct call to action.

If platforms are going to move against speech that credibly threatens or actually incites violence, they should do so fairly and justly.