Are you trying to set a personal best for asinine? While I'm worried that acknowledging the existence of GG will raise it from the dead and derail the thread, racism is a real issue that affects lives while ethics in video game journalism was frequently just a bad excuse.
Ethics in gaming journalism are a valid concern. Having people for example give unfair scores to certain games based on it being a friend of theirs, or for example them having been invited to a party by the publisher with the unofficial but obvious intent of getting a favorable rating, are things that impact not only people's pockets, but also have a negative impact on smaller development studios, and studios outside of the USA. This is not only classist as the haves can use their money to get more money, while the have-nots are oppressed, it is also racism that favors America over the rest of the world. That you would defend this sort of Nationalism is surprising!
Of course it is not on the level of importance that black people being shot unjustly by law-enforcement are... although... no, after thinking about it for a moment, let me take that back. It IS on the same level, if not on a much higher level, for anybody outside of the USA, as one is your local issue that you have deal with, and the other one is an issue for the whole developed world, as American Gaming Journalism basically dominates the Internet.
Didn't see that argument coming, did you? Me either!
Anyway. The comparison was not about the importance of the movements, the comparison was about how the movements are treated. For BLM, Lexicus wants to ignore all the trolls and terrible people on social media, for GamerGate, it's all he looks at. No consistent standards at all.