That is not the case at all my brother.We are the Seed of Abraham Major. Israel still has to believe like us to be grafted back in the vine.
So if anyone should protect anyone, the goverment should be protecting us, the seed of Abraham by whom God promised that in that seed "ALL NATIONS" shall be blessed. Not just the United States.
If you will take the time to read Romans 11 you will see that Paul compares Israel to the natural branches of a cultivated olive tree and the Gentile believers to the branches of a wild olive tree. The natural branches (Israel) were broken off, and the wild branches (Gentiles) were grafted in (verse 17). The Gentiles, then, have been made partakers of the promises and inherit the blessings of God’s salvation because it was the Jews who were the Olive tree and the church was the one grafted in.
So then.....has God cast away the Jews and now the Church is all that there is?
"I say then, hath God cast away His people???? God forbid (NO!!). For I also am an Israelite of the seed of Abraham of the tribe of Benjamin. God hath not cast away his people which he fornew. Wot ye not what the scripture saith of Elias? How he maketh intercession to God against Israel."
As the seed of Abraham, the children of Israel were chosen by God to be a separate people, holy to the Lord.
Genesis 18:17–19 (ESV)
17 The Lord said, “Shall I hide from Abraham what I am about to do, 18 seeing that Abraham shall surely become a great and mighty nation, and all the nations of the earth shall be blessed in him? 19 For I have chosen him, that he may command his children and his household …"
Gentile believers, and it seems that is what you are saying, would be tempted to dismiss Israel because it appeared they would never recover. Even today, there are those who advocate supersessionism or replacement theology, which holds that the Church has completely replaced Israel and will inherit the promises to be fulfilled only in a spiritual sense. In other words, according to this view, ethnic Israel is forever excluded from the promises—the Jews will not literally inherit the Promised Land. What then would happen to Israel? What about the Old Testament prophecies that Israel as a nation would repent and be re-gathered to the land in the last days as a permanent possession (Deuteronomy 30:1–10)?
Romans 11 thus conclusively shows Gentile believers that God is not yet “done” with Israel, who has only temporarily lost the privilege of representing God as His people. Since “the gifts and calling of God are irrevocable” (11:29), “all Israel will be saved” in order to fulfill God’s covenant with ethnic Israel (11:25–28), including the promise of land inheritance (Deuteronomy 30:1–10). (http://www.gotquestions.org/grafted-Israel.html).