For accosting a criminal brazenly disregarding the law and then acting in accordance to police training and protocol, a white police officer's fatal act of self defense is immediately regarded as an exhibit of murderous white racism by the major media and its race-hustling and guilt-tripping comrades. Despite any empirical evidence supporting such vicious accusations, those holding the megaphones maintained the false narrative for months, vociferously calling for the innocent officer's blood and a corresponding indictment of middle class white America. That the whole thing was a tendentious, mendacious pile of steaming bullshit matters not to the monsters sitting in prominent 'civil rights' organizations and Manhattan newsrooms.
In contrast, a white man--ahem, excuse me, a "Bosnian" (who had spent most of his life in the US and was indistinguishably assimilated into mainstream American culture as his facebook profile illustrates)--who was the target of a vicious, unprovoked attack by blacks and possibly browns is bludgeoned to death in front of his fiancee. According to witnesses and accompanying video footage, the feral gang shouted "kill the white people" as they tried to kill one white guy and then successfully killed another. Yet less than 24 hours after the attack occurred--in the shadow, both figuratively and literally, of the aforementioned incident no less--Establishment forces were breathlessly asserting that the murder had nothing, NOTHING!, to do with race or ethnicity.
With no evidence of racial animus, or even criminality for that matter, a middle class white guy bravely doing his job becomes public enemy number one. With suggestions of racial malice and very obvious criminal activity of the deadliest sort, the motives of savage 'youths' are instantaneously whitewashed (boo!). Their existence barely registers on the public's radar for paucity of national attention.
The emperor isn't even wearing a loincloth anymore. If you don't think the Establishment despises middle class, conventional white America, you're simply not paying attention.