No. Wrong on all points.
Having an official of the state lead a prayer is establishing a state religion. Having a team prayer before the game is coercive bullying. Christian, muslim, or hindu, is irrelevant.
A student leading a prayer is not an official head of state. Prayer is not bullying. It is OK to do it. Why do you think it's bullying? Why not listen to us about how we say that we don't have a problem with it? The believers have no problem with it, so the atheists shouldn't care one lick.
Oi. So much to unpack here for the arrogantly privileged.
Using state funded resources to broadcast your religious message to a captive audience grants the imprimatur of state authority, no matter who is offering the prayer. Having a team prayer before the game is needlessly divisive, forcing players to choose between team unity and personal integrity. And if they choose integrity, they are singled out for special treatment of the unfortunate variety. Prayer issued in these forms is inherently coercive and bullying.
But of course, you represent the group that benefits from the bullying, so you choose not to see it. Instead you ignore the context I provided, and argue as if I'm objecting to personal prayer. I'm uncertain how many times it has to be said before it will sink in, but I'll say it one more fucking time: Any and every student is free to pray as long as it does not interfere or coerce other students. There, is that clear? No one has removed prayer from school. Say it with me: "No one has removed prayer from school
And believers DO have a problem with it. I imagine Hindus might object to their children forced to listen to Christian prayer just like I imagine the shitstorm that would emerge if Christian children were forced to listen to Hindu prayer. Are you completely unable to step into another person's shoes, for even an instant? Are you utterly devoid of empathy? The wall of separation protects everyone, even you.
Can't you be satisfied with a church on every corner? Every politician mouthing your platitudes? Whole television networks devoted to blasting your message 24/7? The existence of a special Christian version of everything that allows you to maintain your insularity, and remain in your bubble? Must you seek to pollute everything? Can't you leave us even a tiny corner of reality free from your blather about your invisible friend?
I guess not. You would feel all persecuted, am I right?