The left is playing their usual straw man game. The Citizens United decision did not say that corporations are people, it said that when people form corporations, they remain people, with individual rights to speak and to publish or disseminate that speech. For future reference, here is the relevant piece from the SCOTUS decision:
(1) The First Amendment prohibits Congress from fining or jailing citizens, or associations of citizens, for engaging in political speech, but Austin’s antidistortion rationale would permit the Government to ban political speech because the speaker is an association with a corporate form. Political speech is “indispensable to decision making in a democracy, and this is no less true because the speech comes from a corporation.” Bellotti, supra, at 777 (footnote omitted). This protection is inconsistent with Austin’s rationale, which is meant to prevent corporations from obtaining “ ‘an unfair advantage in the political marketplace’ ” by using “ ‘resources amassed in the
economic marketplace.’ ” 494 U. S., at 659. First Amendment protections do not depend on the speaker’s “financial ability to engage in public discussion.” Buckley, supra, at 49.
However, if this clown and his enablers want to argue that corporations should not be permitted to exercise their First Amendment rights, then he can start with the New York Times Corporation, CNN, the major networks and their cable affiliates, to include MSDNC. BTW, isn't the Democratic Party incorporated?