Lawrence Jones: Protesters of Police Don't 'Follow Up and Vote'
Lawrence Jones remarked that many protesters of police brutality do not follow up and vote for change.
"A lot of these protesters in these cities, they don't follow up and vote," Jones told "Fox & Friends" Saturday. "If you want change you've got to vote, you've got to go to the town halls, you've got to talk with your legislators and actually get a plan of action."
Protesters in Minneapolis disrupted Mayor Betsy Hodges' press conference about Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau's resignation Friday.
The city's police chief resigned after an Australian woman, Justine Damond who called 911 for help was fatally shot by an officer.
Protesters shouted that they want Mayor Hodges to be next, chanting, "Bye bye, Betsy" and shouting her down.
Jones said he used similar tactics as a member of the Tea Party, and that he is proud that the Minneapolis protests did not result in people setting the city on fire as they did in places like Ferguson and Baltimore.
Police reform is a "government intrusion thing" not a race thing, Jones commented.
"I think you can support the blue, back the blue, but make sure the blue is backing the law," he concluded.