Hillary Clinton was the guest at a town hall meeting Saturday held at Claflin University in South Carolina and moderated by Roland S. Martin, columnist, TV host and former CNN contributor.

The questions were targeted toward African-American voters; for example, would Clinton appoint a black woman to the Supreme Court, now that the “wise Latina” seat has been filled?

The younger side? That sounds like age discrimination to us, especially considering the two front-runners for the Democratic nomination are 68 and 74.

Clinton spent a good portion of the town hall distinguishing herself from her husband and the 1990s, arguing for criminal justice reform rather than promising 100,000 more police on the streets. However, it was when Martin asked Clinton if she knew how to wobble that the audience woke up and fired up their iPhone cameras.

Judge for yourselves:

We have to give credit where credit is due, though Bernie Sanders is no slouch either, as he demonstrated on “Ellen.”

It’s a shame we didn’t get to see Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee dance before they dropped out.