Video: Jon Stewart mocks #pointergate on 'The Daily Show'

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Comedian Jon Stewart has tackled the #pointergate controversy on "The Daily Show," mocking the news report that claimed Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges flashed a "known gang sign" with a convicted felon.

KSTP has been widely criticized for the report it aired last Thursday, but the news station continues to stand by it.

Check out the "Daily Show" clip below. (Note: There is some strong language.)

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On Thursday, some people upset with KSTP's report plan to protest at Augsburg College in Minneapolis – the chairman of Hubbard Broadcasting, which owns KSTP, will be speaking there, MPR News reports.

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