Still waiting on evidence

In Schlichter’s America, institutional racism does not exist.
Uh, yeah, that's true in actual America. Unless you're talking about Yale and Harvard discriminating against whites and asians, it doesn't exist.

We're still waiting on an example -- any example -- showing pro-white "systemic" or "institutional" racism in Canada or the USA. Instead, listen to Randel's own "discussions" on the topic:
In his award-winning book Between the World and Me, author Ta-Nehisi Coates explains white aversion to accepting the role whites played in the plunder of African Americans. “The point of this language of ‘intention’ and ‘personal responsibility’ is broad exoneration,” he wrote. “Mistakes were made. Bodies were broken. People were enslaved. We meant well. We tried our best. ‘Good intention’ is a hall pass through history, a sleeping pill that ensures the Dream.”
Yet here in 2021 America, there are no systems and no institutions "plundering" or "enslaving".
I was a product of my environment, but I was also a contributor to it. I have held racist thoughts, said racist things, and I am certain I still have unconscious biases. I was also at fault for my resistance to challenging myself and those around me as I matured and began to question my foundational beliefs. 
Well it's probably bad that Brennan Randel is a racist, and the U.S. Army presumably lets him carry a gun, but if he's not running up and down the streets of Compton yelling "fuck you niggers" while pulling the trigger I'm not comfortable with the state taking any action against him. Also, still no systems or institutions.
As the commander of an attack aviation company at the time, I had influence and an audience. I met with Black soldiers and pilots in my company and listened. They described times throughout their lives, including while in uniform, when they had been the victim of discrimination and bigotry. I then admitted to them my racist past and relayed my desire to overcome the worst of my humanity — a desire to be a leader worthy of being followed.
In all that time you listened did they bother to provide any concrete examples of "systemic racism"? Or were all their stories "somebody was mean to me once"? Lots of people have stories about that, sometimes even explicitly tied to their race: doesn't mean there was institutional racism involved (or even personal racism, as longtime readers may recall).
I followed up with an all-hands meeting. It was a diverse group — we had Black soldiers, white soldiers, Asian soldiers, African soldiers, to name a few — and I believed everyone could benefit from a candid conversation about racial injustice. I stood in front of the formation, said, “Black lives matter,” and spoke about recognizing the value in every person regardless of their immutable characteristics. 

I finished by asking interested individuals to stick around for an open discussion. At least a dozen stayed, and we had a tough but honest conversation about race relations in American society and their extension to the Army. The prevailing sentiment among the attendees was that it was the first time they felt comfortable discussing such a tough topic, and they hoped the trend would continue. The sensing sessions, encouraged at the time by Army leaders, were a precursor to Secretary Austin’s military-wide directive ordering a 60-day stand-down to root out extremism.
Again, during any of this "open discussion" was there a single example of "institutional racism" provided? Just one. This shouldn't be so hard!

The likes of Brennan Randel only ever hint at them and never give concrete examples of them. Of course, we know why. Kurt Schlichter knows why. Why doesn't Brennan Randel? Well, because he's too busy sullying the name of  Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. He tries to twist the author's words into meaning the government should do something about people who disagree with what the government kommissars say to be true even though the evidence all says it's a lie.