There are way too few black men being shot.
NOTE: There's nuance to this that many will not be able to comprehend because they see black-people as identical cookie-cutter replicas instead of individuals, such is the power and danger of group identity politics.
How about: There would be fewer black people killed if more black people were shot.
Wha ... ?
Because a black criminal and a black victim are different people. Why should anyone care about the former but not the latter? I especially don't understand why black people seem to pick that option every single time.
Why don't white people care when some white criminal is shot? Because why should we? They have nothing to-do with us. We're supposed to feel some "kinship" because of their color? There are simply many more important things that make someone one of your "group" that you identify with than their color - their behavior and values for instance.
Black people appear to have been conditioned to see color as the most important and pretty much the only characteristic to consider. There's undoubtedly a past historical component to this, but it's being perpetuated with marxist-controlled state education (failing them) and media propaganda operating in hand with a political party (controlling them, telling them what to think and believe). Ironically, many wealthy and successful black people promote it too - but then if there's one thing they seem to do without fail, it's sell their own down the river for profit.