NBC’s Craig Melvin took to Twitter to say their reporting would be guided by calling the chaos and mayhem in Minneapolis a “protest” and not a riot.

NBC reporters marched in lockstep with the orders. Jonathan Turley tweeted out about the “guide” on calling the riot in Minneapolis a “riot” by saying, “viewers can understand a complex and multifaceted story.”

NBC Today anchor and MSNBC host Craig Melvin tweeted:

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Next up was the MSNBC reporter Ali Velshi stood in front of a burning building and said: “This is mostly a protest. It is not generally speaking unruly.”

So…looting, setting fires, destroying businesses, and overtaking government buildings are considered peaceful protests?

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The biased media tried to control the narrative but as Turley said, people can understand the story:

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