WATCH: This CNN Anchor Says No One Is Calling For the Repeal of the Second Amendment

Really?

CUOMO: Yes. Yes, my brother. You've got the president of the United States this morning tweeting that the Second Amendment will never be repealed. "We must have more Republican" -- who's calling for a repeal of the Second Amendment? Who's calling for it? 

SANTORUM: Well, Justice Stevens did. But that --

CUOMO: He did not. It was in the context of a conversation about the fastest route to legal change. And of course, if you hadn't -- didn't have a Second Amendment, you wouldn't have Heller. It would be easier to change the laws. 

He's not a politician. He's not in office. He's not the head of any kind of significant group. It's a boogeyman.

SANTORUM: He was a former -- He's a former Supreme Court justice.

CUOMO: That does not breed unity. It's a boogeyman and you know it. 

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