800px-Cuomo_gmaApparently, amending the Constitution is just as easy as editing a teleprompter.

CNN anchor and human microphone stand Chris Cuomo took to Twitter to blast conservatives over a terrorist attack on a conservative event.

Cuomo openly called on the government to arrest and jail those who offended the Islamic State-inspired terrorists.

“hate [sic] speech is excluded from protection. don’t [sic] just say you love the constitution…read it,” wrote Cuomo, ignoring all laws governing free speech, capitalization and punctuation.

One can forgive Cuomo for his ignorance of the law. His only experience is as a licensed attorney, Yale and Fordham Law School graduate, brother of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and son of former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo.

Before his move to CNN, Cuomo was also ABC News’s chief law and justice correspondent.

Just days earlier Cuomo used his CNN newscast to warn Baltimore rioters about the threat posed to their arson and beatings by the police.

“Just be careful, cuz [sic] you know how they are,” Cuomo told a protester who mentioned seeing police in the streets.

Cuomo is also a noted on-air expert in terrorism. When reporting during the January 2015 killings of four French Jews in a Paris kosher deli Cuomo referred to Amedy Coulibaly, the French-born Muslim perpetrator, as “African American.”

Cuomo is just as well-versed in Middle Eastern events, which is great because as a CNN anchor he routinely reports on them.

When reporting on the July 2014 Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 and claims the plane has been downed by a missile, Cuomo asked U.S. Rep. Mike Rogers, “can you shoot that down, excuse the pun.”

Cuomo was standing in the wreckage where 298 people were killed while making the joke.

In an August 2014 newscast on Christians being tortured and beheaded in Iraq, Cuomo claimed Israel also was ethnically cleansing Christians.

“The same thing is going on in Jerusalem,” Cuomo snapped back in a completely fictional statement.

Cuomo has also attacked Jon Stewart for his comic portrayal of a spoof newscaster.

“If it seems like I’m being disrespectful of Jon Stewart, it’s only because I am,” said Cuomo. “He’s funny but he doesn’t do the job we do and he shouldn’t pretend he does.”

You hear that, Stewart? If you want to make a joke of yourself day after day on a national newscast, leave it to the pros.