As Twitchy told you, the DCCC has confirmed that its computers were hacked. On top of the DNC hacking. And, apparently, on top of this:

More from Reuters:

The computer network used by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked as part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations, people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

The Clinton campaign, based in Brooklyn, had no immediate comment and referred Reuters to a comment from earlier this week by campaign senior policy adviser Jake Sullivan criticizing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and calling the hacking “a national security issue.”

Is Sullivan suggesting that Hillary’s campaign had access to sensitive information? Because all those Hillary emails were supposed to be no biggie.

Honestly, the real shock would’ve been if the Clinton campaign hadn’t been hacked.

Of course, that doesn’t make this news any less nuts.

It kind of is, yeah.

Sympathy for the Hillary campaign was already pretty hard to come by. That’s unlikely to change anytime soon.

Oh, snap!

The Dems have definitely got their work cut out for them.