President Donald Trump's new FBI director, Christopher Wray, said before the Senate's Judiciary Committee that "Russians are absolutely intent on trying to interfere with our elections." Robert Mueller said "they are doing it as we sit here now."
So Democrats immediately proposed two bills that would require campaigns to report to federal authorities any attempts by foreign entities to interfere in U.S. elections, and another bill to prevent hackers from accessing the personal accounts and devices of senators.
And, of course, Republicans immediately voted down all three bills. Such patriotism.