As an easy example... you watched the mobs storming the Capitol, and your first thought wasn't "if that was BLM, there would be dead rioters everywhere"? Isn't it amazing how few rioters were shot while beating a police officer to death; you don't think that their "training and policing culture" might be... slightly biased?That is to do with their training and policing culture, not racism.
Reasonable looks at the statistics suggest that you're incorrect.That is precisely what I am saying, because that is what any reasonable look at the statistics and the facts will indicate.
Remember, the DoJ has done plenty or reports on Police Departments that are overwhelmingly white (e.g. Ferguson PD); and the FBI has declared that there is a real and credible threat of white supremacists in law enforcement. After all, they're arresting plenty of white police officers for storming the Capitol by force, you don't hear of many black police officers getting lifted at BLM protests.
Police violence is a leading cause of death for young men in the United States. Over the life course, about 1 in every 1,000 black men can expect to be killed by police. Risk of being killed by police peaks between the ages of 20 y and 35 y for men and women and for all racial and ethnic groups...
PS No offence, but when you insist "its all the victims' fault for being armed and resisting arrest" it does rather sound like "Rodney King and George Floyd got real uppity, needed taught a lesson, boah".