1. We have a vicious cycle. On the one hand, white cops sometimes justifiably shoot blacks (and other races). When that happens, they are sometimes indicted by Kangaroo grand juries as SJW scapegoats.
On the other hand, cops sometimes unjustifiably shoot blacks (and other races).
When that happens, some prosecutors manipulate the grand jury system to make sure they will never be held accountable.
The media ignores shootings of white suspects.
The media ignores the fact that many cops aren't white.
The liberal establishment treats Muslims as a protected class, so they aren't held to the same standard.
The ruling class exempts itself from the laws it imposes on the governed. Hillary Clinton is currently Exhibit A.
Identity politics and cronyism are destroying law enforcement.
2. That said, I find black pundits stereotyping whites. They overgeneralize about whites.
i) There are old guard white conservatives who automatically side with the police.
ii) But there are younger white conservatives who distrust government, and evaluate police shootings on a case-by-case basis. For instance, most white conservatives sided with the police in the Michael Brown shooting. However, many white conservatives were very critical of the police in the Eric Garner situation. It's not monolithic.
iii) I keep reading blacks telling whites that whites don't know what it's like to be black.
That's a truism. By definition, it's true.
Problem is, the assumption that only blacks experience police harassment. But just as whites don't know what it's like to be black, blacks don't know what it's like to be white.
It doesn't seem to occur to many black pundits that whites experience police harassment as well, viz. random checkpoints, stop-and-frisk, no-knock raids, Stingray surveillance, John Doe investigations, civil forfeiture.
That's in addition to the fact that cops shoot white suspects, too. That's habitually underreported.
My problem is not with acknowledging that some blacks face police harassment and police brutality. My problem is with the failure of black pundits to acknowledge that this isn't confined to the black community.
iv) In addition, many cops aren't white. To constantly recast the issue as a black/white narrative when many cops are Asian, Latin, black, &c., is a distortion of reality.
v) Finally, the police are, to a great extent, pawns of the liberal establishment. That puts police in an increasingly difficult situation. Take police who are required to enforce transgender policies on public restrooms, locker rooms, and speech codes (i.e. mandated transgender pronouns). Or police who are required to crack down on Christian bakers, florists, and photographers who refuse to cater homosexual weddings. Or police who may soon be required to crack down on climate change "deniers".