Really pathetic talking point. There are more "take back the night" protests after a rash of shootings than you can shake a stick at. I used to live in one of those neighborhoods, the events were kind of a pain in the ass, but they occur regularly. They are not covered in the media you consume. Also, state-sanctioned murder draws a bigger crowd.
The theory that police killings are racially biased is not borne out by the evidence:
Police murdering people of any race is bad. The people attacked in my earlier examples were, I believe, all white. Police killings have dropped somewhat in major metro areas, but are increasing in rural areas. So our rural friends should be every bit as concerned about this. I am struggling to understand how you process the killing of George Floyd.
Police shouldn't murder helpless people, and when they do, they should be accountable, This isn't a radical position.
Further, I think using tear gas to disperse a peacefully assembled crowd to Trump can pose in front of a church he doesn't attend and hold up a Bible he doesn't read is extremely bad. Shooting reporters, bad. Attacking peaceful protesters, bad. This is all standard First Amendment stuff, has nothing to do with one's opinions on race, and our Second Amendment enthusiasts so far appear willing to lick the boots of the oppressors.
GOP not giving much of a damn about press or assembly freedoms, either
One of the downsides of the Internet is that it allows like-minded people to form communities, and sometimes those communities are stupid.