We're getting off piste here. Smiley face emoji. I'd get an assured-quality replacement pump, connect it electrically but leave fuel lines off. Switch ignition on and check it primes for two seconds, then see if the pump runs when cranking. For some insurance, maybe swap the 30A fuel pump fuse for a 15 or a 20. The 20 shouldn't pop under cranking. If all's well, fit the pump in the tank & do the fuel flow test (Chapter 6-45 of the 2008-on manual). If that's all good, the only thing left that could be at fault is a blockage after the pump. Any restriction which causes the pump to work harder than normal will definitely increase its current demand.