Hillary Clinton gave a rousing speech in Brooklyn Tuesday night, touching on each and every expected note: making history, shattering glass ceilings, raising a village, etc.

Hasn’t she shattered that thing yet? She must be saving that announcement for her victory speech in November.

Under that dome of silence, Clinton shared with her supporters some vital information: Donald Trump’s campaign slogan, “Make America Great Again,” is a coded message.

Dang, that’s a lot stuffed into four words of code. So … let’s not make America great again? Why didn’t she just put that on her logo from the start?

Maybe it was an innocent coincidence, but we’d like to believe WNYT’s Dan Levy carefully chose the perfect illustration to accompany Clinton’s warning against moving backward. Talk about coded messages: