LAWRENCE JONES (CO-HOST): All of this activism and all of -- this is no longer about criminal justice reform. My first job was in a juvenile court advocating for young people to get a second chance. This is about grown-ass people feeling like they can do whatever they want. They want total anarchy.
And I can tell you this -- and, man, people hate when I say it. We are getting to a point where there is going to be vigilante justice.
JEANINE PIRRO (CO-HOST): Oh, yeah.
JONES: When people feel like the people they entrust to come save the day won't show up, cops are demonized -- they're not going to show up anymore, recruitment levels are already down. The DA's don't do anything anymore, right? The police chiefs don't do anything anymore because they don't even believe what the rank and file are saying.
So, again, the kids deserve better. We should call the people out, who they are. But again, expect vigilante justice. And we don't want that. We want the rule of law. But it's coming our way.