While it might make us feel all warm and fuzzy inside that everyone has supposed rights, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, religion, class and any other individuating factors, the stark reality is that we're not all equally disposed to actually engaging those rights.
And I certainly don't condone the experiment above, recognizing that the gentleman and lady in the latter half of the video put themselves at great risk, considering recent events across the country involving police officers and unarmed black men and women.
But the fact remains that whatever the gun laws of any given state dictate, they should apply fairly and equally to all citizens, irrespective of race. It is unconscionable that white men wielding weapons, even pointing them at police officers, often walk away from such incidents alive and well, while black men and women (even boys, as in the mournful case of Tamir Rice in Cleveland) are too often gunned down and killed in similar circumstances.
Indeed, it is a most vile and egregious white privilege.