Walker, from his home in Dallas, offered himself as a political candidate for change as he urged followers to vote.
He continued on to say that “peaceful protest must be from 9-to-5.”
Everyone should be at home by 8 o'clock unless there's a good reason to be out, Walker said. Atlanta extended its curfew through Sunday.
In a separate post on Instagram, he was more critical of protesters, calling for leaders to execute “swift justice” on non-peaceful gatherings.
He declared he supported police, adding he would stand with the protesters who did so peacefully.
It is not the first time the Heisman winner has spoken out about protests and police brutality. In 2017, he was critical of the NFL’s response to players kneeling during the national anthem to bring awareness to police brutality.
"If you got to protest, protest off the job ..." Walker said.