10/03/2012 09:31 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Jon Stewart Slams Voter ID Laws For Targeting 'Nonexistent' In-Person Voter Fraud (VIDEO)

Jon Stewart has characterized voter ID laws as attempting to "cockblock the vote" in the past, and now Pennsylvania's controversial measure has been suspended for exactly that (although the judge wrote, "I am not still convinced in my predictive judgment that there will be no voter disenfranchisement..." rather than, "I'm not convinced certain votes won't be cockblocked").

In light of the judge's ruling, it was time for Stewart and company to revisit the issue on Tuesday night's "Daily Show" and address another side effect of voter ID: accidentally suppressing more than just the minority vote.

Watch part one above and then see Senior Black Correspondent Larry Wilmore's analysis and call-to-action below.