Oh, bless her heart. I’m sure she really had a point to make, here.

At least, she gave it a shot.

Hillary Clinton, still reliving the campaign and desperately clinging to her talking points, stumbled her way through some twisted defenses.

The clock ain’t turning back, Lady. Just move on. Get a hobby – something that will make you happy, but this isn’t it.

Speaking of turning back the clock, the former Secretary of State, while speaking at the Clinton Presidential Center (Why is there even such a thing?) on Saturday couldn’t resist taking a jab at President Trump’s obnoxious Twitter habit.  Speaking of her husband, Clinton said:

“He didn’t tweet about it, he went to work about it, and he actually got things done.”

And the crowd goes wild.

Oh. Hun.

I doubt former President Clinton would want the world knowing everything he was doing back then. That being said, there was no Twitter to tweet from in the 90s. Twitter wasn’t a thing until 2006, long after Clinton was gone.

She added, “Between tweeting and golfing, how does he get anything done? I don’t understand it. Maybe that’s the whole point.”

Yeah, neither do I, but why are you still talking about it?

The purpose of the event, supposedly, was to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the first election win of the only Clinton who will ever be president. Continuously drawing attention to the fact that riding her husband’s coattails couldn’t get her over the finish line is not a healthy way for Hillary to spend her days.

Granted, both of the oldsters who ran in 2016 have the election stuck on loop in their aged brains.

Trump isn’t really letting it go, either. He tweeted out on Saturday:

“Crooked Hillary Clinton is the worst (and biggest) loser of all time. She just can’t stop, which is so good for the Republican Party. Hillary, get on with your life and give it another try in three years!”

At their ages, there’s no guarantee either one of them will be around in three years. For the sake of themselves, their families, and pretty much the entire nation, they both need to find more constructive ways to spend their time.