(Update 5:30 PM: Make it "Four things you should know." Debbie Wasserman Schultz is resigning as DNC chair after the convention in Philadelphia.)

On July 22, Wikileaks released roughly 20,000 emails from seven members of the Democratic National Committee, which had been stolen by a hacker known as "Guccifer 2.0," aka Russia. Welcome to 2016. Let's break it down and include some fun .gifs along the way.

1) Bernie supporters feel vindicated by emails showing DNC bias towards Clinton.

All through the primary, Sen. Sanders and his supporters alleged that the DNC was collaborating with Sec. Clinton. For months, this induced eye-rolling, but now vindication is at hand. The blowback is arriving here first, most dramatically by forcing DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz to skip the convention in Philly step down as DNC chair after the convention. Here's why: