The Father is God - agreed
Jesus was fully man while on earth - agreed
Since you don't seem to have read the OP I'll quote it for you to make it easier for you
Thus, the fact that He says “my God” only shows that He was a devout Jewish man, which was necessary for Him to be the sacrifice for our sins. It then follows that the fact that Jesus says “my God” in reference to the Father in no way shows that Jesus is not God the Son.So I hope that will put an end to this endless and tedious stuck gramophone repetition of the same verses over and over again. Try interacting with AAQ's argument above instead.
Further, the fact that Jesus had returned to heaven at this point does not matter either. When He returned to heaven He did not all of the sudden lose His human nature. Thus, this part of the verse is perfectly consistent with Trinitarian thought too. The analysis of this verse also covers times when Paul says things like “the God and Father of Jesus.”
Oh, and as AAQ says, mainstream Christians don't believe that Jesus is the Father so maybe you can take that particular cracked record off the turntable as well and we can progress this discussion constructively.
John 1:18 "the only begotten God" Who is meant there?
"You must love Jehovah your God" Mt 22;37 by the same token e.g.: "I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Jehovah Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another" 1 Cor 1:10 (both use kyrios)
You also seem to have redefined "strawman" (another tedious stuck record) as someone saying something with which you disagree. It actually means "misrepresentation of an opponent's position", so if someone states their own belief (e.g. Jesus is God and man) that is not a "strawman".