Hillary's Scooby van clocked at 92 MPH in the rain racing to NH campaign event

Laws are for little people, and Hillary Clinton most definitely is not one of the masses.  The U.K. Daily Mail followed the former secretary of state and senator Clinton, who is now a private citizen, as she made her campaign rounds in the Granite State:

Democratic Presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton's security detail led a handful of journalists on two lengthy high-speed chases to homes of influential Democrats on Monday.

Her lone official appearance on her first day in New Hampshire was a carefully stage-managed small-business roundtable in Keene.

But a lunchtime visit to a main-street bakery and two more appointments later in the day were off-the-books and under the public's radar.

If police radar had been engaged, however, it would have clocked Hillary's signature black conversion van - 'Scooby', for the uninitiated – hitting 92 mph in a driving rainstorm on Interstate 89, where the top speed limit is 65.

No one in the motorcade displayed flashing lights or blasted a siren. 

If you talk to practically any highway patrolman about high speed during rainstorms, you will learn about the dangers of tires losing their hold on the pavement, posing a danger not just to the passengers of the vehicle speeding, but also to other cars and trucks on the road.  Traveling without sirens and flashing lights, it would seem that Hillary’s van was subjecting others to serious danger. 

Laws are for little people, and Hillary Clinton most definitely is not one of the masses.  The U.K. Daily Mail followed the former secretary of state and senator Clinton, who is now a private citizen, as she made her campaign rounds in the Granite State:

Democratic Presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton's security detail led a handful of journalists on two lengthy high-speed chases to homes of influential Democrats on Monday.

Her lone official appearance on her first day in New Hampshire was a carefully stage-managed small-business roundtable in Keene.

But a lunchtime visit to a main-street bakery and two more appointments later in the day were off-the-books and under the public's radar.

If police radar had been engaged, however, it would have clocked Hillary's signature black conversion van - 'Scooby', for the uninitiated – hitting 92 mph in a driving rainstorm on Interstate 89, where the top speed limit is 65.

No one in the motorcade displayed flashing lights or blasted a siren. 

If you talk to practically any highway patrolman about high speed during rainstorms, you will learn about the dangers of tires losing their hold on the pavement, posing a danger not just to the passengers of the vehicle speeding, but also to other cars and trucks on the road.  Traveling without sirens and flashing lights, it would seem that Hillary’s van was subjecting others to serious danger.