Pushing a narrative? Facts aren't narrative. You can say what you want about white people, I will agree the rare times a white person decides to go commit a mass shooting they do it far more efficiently than an african american.
Suicides? You've only proven that they're more depressed.
As for narrative, pushing facts isn't narrative. You are the one creating a narrative when you have to say "true mass shooting" in order to make it look like whites are violent. Blacks and hispanics commit the most mass shootings anyway, they get killed really quickly. It's not pushing a narrative when we say "blacks are 13% and commit 54%", that's just raw and unedited numbers. When you have to warp and twist language, omit and hide details, that's when you're pushing a narrative.
You are the one with the narrative, because when all the facts are laid out and appreciated at face value, it looks really really bad for you.