For example, Wright wasn't shot because he refused consent to a search of their vehicle. Neither was St. Patrick Lyoya. He fought with the police officer and grabbed his taser.It might well be easy for you to refuse to permit an unlawful search of your vehicle. For a young black man, such refusal is a life threatening risk. Which is the whole point.
You have not shown that this happens with any regularity. It certainly wasn't part of the Daunte Wright stop, and you brought it up in that context.It's not sufficient to say that you have the right not to be stopped and searched without cause; The reality on the ground must be that police are routinely and effectively punished for infringing or attempting to infringe that right, or the right has no effective existence at all.