Samantha Bee panned President Trump's Voter Integrity Commission again&nbsp;Wednesday night. Only this time, the roast had rhythm.&nbsp;As Bee pointed out during a "Full Frontal" segment last month, she has&nbsp;done her due diligence to probe the respective backgrounds of the commission's leading minds. And the savvy political commentator has made her feelings quite clear: She thinks they're full of it, especially Kansas Secretary of state Kris Kobach, the commission's vice chair.So, with "Hamilton" star Javier Mu&ntilde;oz&nbsp;making a cameo, Bee lampooned the panel&nbsp;once more. But she didn't proffer viewers with the&nbsp;same old song and dance -- namely because she actually performed a full-fledged song and dance.&nbsp;&nbsp;Backed by an ensemble donning colonial garb, Bee played a "racist con man" rendering of Kobach&nbsp;in a musical parody skit&nbsp;loosely inspired by "The Music Man." Taking jabs at what she considers Kobach's&nbsp;history of supporting anti-immigrant policies, Bee's Kobach&nbsp;sold slanted (and, ultimately, unconstitutional)&nbsp;legislation to smalltown folk.&nbsp;"Kobach tap-danced from town to town selling unsuspecting white people a law they didn't need for a problem they didn't have," Bee explained. "[He] left their towns divided and broke &hellip; kind of like a racist music man."Mu&ntilde;oz&nbsp;played a&nbsp;local immigrant.&nbsp;"The city welcomed me," he sang wistfully, "[but] now there's such hostility."&nbsp;Watch the full segment here&nbsp;(Note: profanity).