Obviously it isn’t.
Why do you even say something that extreme? Serious question. What is your thinking here?
It seems utterly risible to believe that two incidents of angry young dudes shooting cops leads to an “insurrection”. An insurrection would require massive numbers of people to rise up. You be seeing rallies in support of the cop-shooters, which haven’t happened outside the wank-fantasies of FOX News commentators.
I mean, when Ruby Ridge and Waco happened, did you think the militias were going to rise up and take over America? I hope you did! Because otherwise it casts a rather unfortunate light on your suggestion. The people who died and killed cops/FBI/ATF at Ruby Ridge and Waco were related to or members of much larger, more formally organized, and heavily armed groups of people. The people killed also attracted support - open, public support from large numbers of people on the far right in America, including some politicians. In short, the chances of an “insurrection” there were dozens of times higher - hundreds of times maybe. It was also the pre-millennial time, so many far-right types thought that the end of the world was literally coming, and the government was literally being run by the Anti-Christ.
If America was going to have an “insurrection”, that was when it was going to happen.
Yet all that did happen was the Oklahoma City bombing a few years later. I mean, that was horrifying - a lot of people died, and some of the people involved seem to have got away with it, but an insurrection? No. It was far more likely then and it didn’t happen.
The only way it would is if we had some cops actually massacre a group of innocent black people in public, and cellphones captured it AAAAND the police tried to cover it up, rather than arresting the cops. Like, a decent-sized group - because like a dozen black people got gunned down in New Orleans a while back (completely needlessly and illegally - most of the cops involved are doing hard time now), but that wasn’t enough. Even then, that could only be the start - you’d need more fuel on the fire. Frankly, urban black people are more reasonable, less apocalyptic, less armed and less organised than far-right guns-and-militia types were in the 1990s (and indeed still are).
Anyway, race wars are the wank-fantasies of the far right - they’re not going to happen, period. Not unless some white people go VERY far out of their way to start one.