"Your argument, which I quoted in its entirety goes about like this:
A: There is a "false" narrative of systemic racism
B: The MSM does not cover black on black and black on white crime
C: If the MSM covered black on black and black on white crime, than less people will believe the "false" narrative of systemic racism (or in other words, the black on black crime debunks systemic racism)
D: Therefore, MSM is furthering the false narrative of systemic racism by failing to report black on black and black on white crime
This is your argument. I accurately represented your argument.
"My life experience with people, proved to me, that lots of people believe that all white people should be blamed for slavery that was only of a few percentages."
First of all, that's anectdotal evidence, second of all, your numbers are wrong, as shown before (curious how you never addressed it)"
A1: That is a false narrative, all cops aren't racist, and there's not some systemic racism against black people, it's against white people. So you should learn to read better, because I've explained it.
B1: I said if they didn't talk so much about bla bla bla "Trump orangeman bad" they'd have more time to go over the BvB and BvW crimes. I didn't say they don't cover them. Just that they'd have more time to.
C1: You're forgetting my other points that you don't comprehend well, that there's white people, asian people, latinx people, that get treated just the same as black people by police, so it's not some "all cops are racist" false-narrative. It's a police have too much power and have qualified immunity problem.
D1: Yes, and also their focus is mostly on black victims of police brutality or law enforcement arresting criminals that resist arrest or shoot at police or attack police, that if white people, asian people, latinx people did any of the above we'd also be shot or beat up.
Overall: You didn't accurately represent my argument, you left a lot of parts out, but again, I realized that you have a reading comprehension issue. I can explain it to you, I can't understand it for you.
Anecdotal evidence is what has made up laws in this nation, so you thinking it's null and void if people tell me things or act out in different ways, doesn't add up to evidence of their racism against white people, you'd be intellectually dishonest to deny that my personal experience has no credibility on my life since I'm white and was systematically discriminated against.