After Hillary’s loss in November, the Clinton’s were plotting their next political move.

But any attempts at a comeback just came to a screeching halt.

That’s because a surprising figure just shoveled the final pile of dirt onto Hillary’s political career.

Democrats continue to send the message to the Clintons that they need to go away for good.

The latest prominent leftist to tell them to get lost is former Vice President Joe Biden.

Biden decided not to run in 2016 because he believed Clinton could not be defeated in the Democrat primary because of all of her institutional support.

But he recently blasted Clinton as not a very good candidate.

CNN reports:

“Former Vice President Joe Biden still isn’t done with Hillary Clinton and the 2016 election — and that may be why he refuses to rule out running again for president in 2020.

In an interview at a hedge fund conference in Las Vegas on Thursday, Biden said this of Clinton: “I never thought she was a great candidate. I thought I was a great candidate.”

Biden also ripped Clinton for abandoning the white working class.

CNN also reports:

“What happened was that this was the first campaign that I can recall where my party did not talk about what it always stood for — and that was how to maintain a burgeoning middle class. You didn’t hear a single solitary sentence in the last campaign about that guy working on the assembly line making $60,000 bucks a year and a wife making $32,000 as a hostess in restaurant.”

Late last year, Biden was more blunt in an interview with the Los Angeles Times’ Mike Memoli:

“I don’t think she ever really figured it out,” Biden told Memoli of the underlying message of Clinton’s campaign. “And by the way, I think it was really hard for her to decide to run.” Biden added: “She thought she had no choice but to run. That, as the first woman who had an opportunity to win the presidency, I think it was a real burden on her.”

Hillary tried to recreate the Obama coalition on steroids.

She avoided appealing to white working class voters and instead implemented an identity politics campaign that focused on social justice issues and cultural liberalism.

Her strong support for the Trans Pacific Partnership further alienated her from Middle America and cast her as the champion of the globalist status quo.

It was a colossal miscalculation.

White voters still made up over 70 percent of the electorate.

And Democrats ignored their concerns and issues because they bought into the “demographics are destiny” mantra.

The flaw was that Hillary was not Obama – and Trump was not part of the hapless establishment Republicans Obama had been fortunate enough to draw votes from.

Trump outperformed both McCain and Romney with black voters and Trump’s anti-amnesty platform did not alienate Hispanic voters.

In fact, Trump drew more Latino support than pro-amnesty Mitt Romney.

Trump’s stronger than expected performance with minority voters and historic turnout of white working class voters shocked pundits.

Hillary’s strategic miscalculation left the playing field wide open for Trump’s America First message.

He capitalized and won Midwestern industrial states like Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.

Joe Biden is known for his gaffes and ridiculous comments.

But his declaration that Hillary was a bad candidate is spot-on.