Mark Steyn: Dem IT Scandal Is Worse than Russia and Nobody's Interested in It

"Basically everything people have been looking for in the so-called Russia investigation is actually here in the more or less uncovered Imran Awan investigation," political commentator Mark Steyn argued on Fox News' Tucker Carlson Tonight Wednesday evening.

He brought up the latest shoe to drop in the growing scandal, which was broken this week by Luke Rosiak in The Daily Caller, as a prime example.

"This guy [Imran Awan] had his access to House email withdrawn because he was a security risk, yet he still had a House email," said Steyn incredulously.

"This story is malodorous to a degree that nothing surrounding Trump's involvement in the Miss Universe Pageant in St. Petersburg ... is at all ... and nobody's interested in it!" he continued.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz in recent weeks has defended her decision to keep Awan -- a suspect in a criminal investigation --  on as an employee even after he was arrested by claiming that he is a victim of anti-Islamic bigotry.

"He's a civil-rights martyr," Carlson remarked sarcastically.

"He's been accused of browsing while Muslim,"  Steyn snarked in reply.

"She [Wasserman Schultz] has already attempted to intimidate and obstruct the investigation," said Steyn, referring to her threat last May that there would "be consequences" if U.S. Capitol Police Chief Matthew R. Verderosa did not return her laptop.

"As you know, she demanded the return of her laptop from the policeman investigating this.....it's on camera and it's the interference with a police investigation that everyone's accusing Trump of doing with James Comey and all those guys!" Steyn exclaimed. "So everything they've been ... sniffing around Trump for with the Russia investigation ... is staring them in the face with this thing!"

"Man, if we ever get a Republican-controlled Congress, maybe they'll investigate it," Carlson piped in, sarcastically again.

Steyn ended the segment with a humorous riff on Hillary Clinton's book tour which, according to a press release, promises to be "surprisingly funny."

"I thought election night was surprisingly funny," Steyn deadpanned.

He joked that there are scores of "Saudi princes and Sudanese warlords" who are upset with Clinton only charging North Americans $2400 to meet her.