I went to church and other Christian events. The idea that Christians are persecuted in America is alive and well. Look at how right they are too.
It's illegal for a Christian to hold public office in 6 states.
Even where it is legal, declaring one's self a Christian is political suicide.
There are no/extremely few overtly Christian television or radio channels/programs.
Being a Christian can ostracize an individual from the other 90+% of society.
People are calling for all Christians to leave America.
There has never been an overtly Christian president.
Christians regularly get kicked out of their homes for their religion.
Christians get death threats regularly for nothing but their belief.
Christians are the least trusted group in America.
There are people out to blacklist all Christian-owned companies.
"Christians...should not be considered citizens"
See all that persecution? Actually...replace Christian with secularist/atheist in each of those.
We live in a society where being a theist and more specifically a Christian is the norm and accepted default. I'm sorry that your end times pity party doesn't really play out, but this is reality. Religious privilege is alive and well. A legislation can make it to the house which would revoke the rights of any group on a theistic basis. This isn't a new thing. For as long as history can remember, people have been killing, torturing and invading each other based on differences of religion. If humans are to progress as a race, we must abolish this nonsense. Not abolish it with the sword, but with science, reason and evidence. There will always be some people too into their beliefs to let go of them even long enough to take a critical look at them. These people must be tolerated willingly, but eventually we can hope that their influence will diminish.