Corporations are cashing in on the Trump Tax Reform as the national debt skyrockets. The stage was set on January 21, 2010 when the U S Supreme Court gave the absurd decision that that the First Amendment protects corporate speech. The case was Citizens United vs Federal Election Commission. This decision allowed corporations and the wealthy to flood the electoral process with political donations. By 2016, the richest 100th of 1% of Americans, 24,949 very wealthy people accounted for 40% of all campaign donations. Corporations gave presidential, Senate and House elections $3.4 Billion in donations. Big corporations and the super-wealthy gave these donations to the Republican party because the Republicans promised them a giant tax cut. The investments have paid off big time! GE contributed $20 million and will get back $16 billion. Pfizer Drug company contributed $16 million to the GOP and will reap an estimated $39 billion in 2022. Chevron donated $13 million and will receive $9 billion. The Koch brothers spent $20 million promoting the tax cut, which will save them $1 to $1.4 billion a year. Tax cuts have contributed to record corporate profits but the promise of "Trickle Down Economics" the GOP has kept pushing since president Ronald Reagan have failed to materialize. Companies have had a field day with their extra cash in stock buybacks and dividends. This has given the stock market a boost but left little left over for the average Joe. The "free market" has been taken over by corporate bailouts, corporate welfare, and crony capitalism. Despite the longest economic expansion in modern history, real wages have barely risen and wages aren't back to where they were before the 2008 financial crisis. Citizens United is a corporate front group, founded by a Washington lobbyist funded mainly by the Koch brothers and corporations. The Citizens United case needs to be revisited and rescinded. Corporate greed is toxic in how it has corrupted the electoral process for its own economic advantage. Middle class Americans and our children and grandchildren are saddled with the US economic debt. Corporate taxation is at an historic low. National debt is at historic highs, Wealthy individuals and corporations have gamed the political system for their own greed. Enough is enough!