Lahren pointed out that all recent incidents that have "ignited a BLM or social justice firestorm" could have been avoided if victims complied to law, including Michael Brown, Alton Sterling, Freddie Gray and George Floyd.
"The fighting, fleeing, resisting arrest, or otherwise non-compliance, and the media and leftist glorification of all of those things, has to end," she claimed. "If not for non-compliance, both suspect and officer would be able to safely return home to their families at the end of the day. And isn’t that what we should all aim and pray for?"
"Yes, police mistakes -- intentional, unintentional and otherwise -- need to be called out and loudly condemned even by law enforcement supporters such as myself," she said. "But I also feel an obligation to point out no officer, nor no suspect, should have to lose their life due to suspect non-compliance or otherwise resisting arrest."
Lahren additionally tried to argue that any sort of tragedy does not give people the right to riot, loot, or destroy America’s cities in response.
"You do not get to steal in the name of justice. You do not get to riot in the name of justice. You do not get to loot, destroy, burn, vandalize in the name of justice."
"How many more cities and communities need to be destroyed before Democrats, including our president, come out and condemn these groups?" she questioned. "The lawlessness needs to be called out and consequences need to be loudly messaged and enforced."
This comes as members of the violent far-left activist group Antifa identified themselves to a Fox News reporter who was on scene in Brooklyn Center, Minn., ahead of another night of unrest following the police-involved shooting of a motorist on Sunday.
Correspondent Mike Tobin joined "The Ingraham Angle" to report the latest from the scene where throngs of protesters and law enforcement faced off following the shooting death of Daunte Wright, 20, by now-resigned Officer Kimberly Potter.
Tobin, who was relocating to another part of the town at the time, spoke to Ingraham from inside a vehicle.
"I can tell you this. The makeup of the population out here certainly changed tonight. I think Sunday night it was all about the locals that were here: They were genuine and angry," he said.
"As it goes on, you get more people coming in from out of town. I had several people that I spoke with who identified themselves as Antifa -- and angrily so. So you had that crowd out here."
"We saw an increased number of kids 'wearing the uniform' if you will, the black hoodies, the backpacks. I saw leaf-blowers out there, different kinds of ... makeshift shields and things. It was changing dramatically in terms of the makeup, and certainly the numbers of the crowd."