Hillary Clinton was back in the spotlight on Tuesday with a speech in front of San Francisco businesswomen (for which we can only guess she was paid quite handsomely.) In the speech, Clinton took several jabs at the Republican Party and President Donald Trump, though she did not mention the latter by name. Whether she’s trying to stay off of Trump’s tweeting agenda or trying to stay out of jail, one may judge for one’s self.

In the speech, Clinton had a litany of complaints about the GOP leadership, hammering them on healthcare, sexism, and everything in between.

Without specifically mentioning Sean Spicer by name, she referred to an incident that occurred earlier in the day where the press secretary told black reporter April Ryan to stop shaking her head while he was answering a question.

“Too many women have had a lifetime of practice taking this kind of indignity in stride,” Clinton said. “I mean, it’s not like I didn’t know all the nasty things they were saying about me. I thought some of them were kind of creative. But you just have to keep going.”

Which ones do you think Hillary liked? The KFC “two left wings” t-shirt was pretty good, maybe it was that one.

Then it was back to complaining, this time about the number of women in Trump’s Cabinet, the bad healthcare bill Republicans failed to pass, and the evils of banning refugees and suppressing the minority vote.

“These are bad policies that will hurt people and take our country in the wrong direction,” Clinton said. “It’s the kinds of things you think about when you take long walks in the woods. Resist, insist, persist, enlist.”

There’s that clever political wit that voters found so charming last year…

Rumors have been flying about Hillary making a run for NYC mayor in the next election, and her former campaign manager won’t rule out the possibility of her running for president again in 2020. So, if you thought you’d heard the last from this despicable family, think again. Until she is confined to a hospital bed, this woman is like an electric machine with only one purpose: To become the first female to sit behind that desk in the Oval Office.

Well, Ivanka notwithstanding.