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The Problem With Citizens United Is Not Corporate Personhood

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Corporate personhood is an antiquated legal concept tied to the 14th Amendment, not the First Amendment, and therefore is entirely irrelevant to the Supreme Court's decisions mandating a corrupt money-driven electoral system.


The truth about the corporate personhood fraud perpetrated by professional activists is not pretty. The truth shall set you free to work on the actual problem of a Court that has turned the First Amendment on its head and is operating outside the proper scope of its authority by deciding political questions concerning elections.



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