My next little gleaning from the report comes from page 61 of it (p 87 of the pdf). They are establishing that the people who came to the "rally" knew what it was really for, and in connection with the tweet that encouraged them to come ("it will be wild"), they quote someone posting on a discussion site that Trump "can't exactly openly tell you to revolt" and that "this is the closest he'll ever get."
If they do ever charge Trump for inciting an insurrection, I would think they could start from a quote like this (and others in that section of the report). I understand that (to prosecute mafia dons) the law does recognize the possibility of indirect speech (will no one rid me of this meddlesome priest?). Well, the very audience to which Trump was directing his speech on the Ellipse recognized that principle, too, and were easily able to provide the "translation" for comments like "fight like hell or you're not going to have a country any more."
Edit: By the way, if anybody else is going to do what I'm doing, DON'T read the "Executive Summary." It's not an introduction; it's a summary. (Who could have guessed? Why wasn't there some clue?) The main body of the report (starting p 220 of the pdf) contains all of the information in the summary plus more. If you read the executive summary, you'll just have wasted your time. It's good they did it, for people who don't want to read the whole thing.