WATCH: Jon Stewart Ridicules Drummed-Up Clinton E-mail Scandal

A slow news day inspired Jon Stewart to have at the latest "scandal" involving Hillary Clinton, yeah, the one about her using a personal e-mail account while Secretary of State. "Future President Hillary Clinton might have to pardon former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton," Stewart opened his segment on Wednesday night's show. Her crime: "Not having an official e-mail account. . . . It seems less like a scandal than a nerd snap," Stewart said. Anyway, as he so rightfully pointed out in this surveillance state age, "Don't we have a facility in Utah that collects all of our e-mail anyway?"


Stewart mocks some of the breathless, unquestioning TV reporting on the "scandal," and wonders aloud how it is that no one noticed at the time that they were e-mailing the then Secretary of State at a personal account. 

His conclusion: This will change exactly no one's vote. Watch:

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