When they deny that they're taking the election for granted.
The campaign is moving toward trying for a blowout victory over Donald Trump while simultaneously trying to take control of the Senate.
"We're not taking anything for granted," campaign manager Robby Mook said on "Fox News Sunday," meaning that the campaign has finally concluded that they can take the race for granted and now move to take the Senate and the Supreme Court once Clinton rules the nation.
When she spoke in Pittsburgh, Clinton stumped for Katie McGinty, the leftist challenger for a Pennsylvania Senate seat, and she tried to connect McGinty's incumbent opponent, Sen. Pat Toomey, to Trump.
Trump has bigger hands.
"If he doesn't have the courage to stand up to Donald Trump, are you sure he'll be able to stand up for you?" the former Worst Lady asked her zombie followers.
If Clinton wins and if the Senate goes to the left, the Supreme Court too will follow. The checks and balances our founding fathers designed for the country will be as useless as a Gender Studies degree.
And they will eventually run out of our money.