GPA is not the most important part of an application, but that does not mean it's not important.
Your GPA from undergrad wasn't good, and then it got a lot worse during a post grad that is related to the field you're applying to. In this case, it's hard to convince someone that you have what it takes to survive the much harder PhD coursework. Maybe you do, but we don't see evidence of that here. From the private message you sent me, your GRE is not good either.
Now, it's impossible to tell you what schools you should target. Because that depends on a lot of other factors. One of the most important is research fit, for example, and we don't even know what are your research interests. School selection is typically a very challenging part of PhD applications, but that's work you are expected to do.