According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll, 73 percent of Americans "say they want an independent, non-partisan commission … to investigate Russia's involvement in the 2016 election," which is a whopping though not too astounding statistic, since 61 percent of Americans "say they have little to no confidence in Congress conducting a fair and impartial investigation."
As well as little to no confidence in this Congress competently conducting anything else, I suppose.
No doubt it was the health-care fiasco that brought a great majority of Americans around: Seven years of Republicans' deafening assaults on evil Obamacare, only to plunge into the muck of repeal-and-replace nothingness. Rarely has modern Republicanism's vacuousness been so perfectly revealed.
What next? Perhaps a government shutdown. And that's a good thing — because at least they are good at that.