Breaking the law and escaping accountability are becoming as routine on the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton as posing for selfies.

If she isn’t scheming to dodge criminal charges stemming from her private email server scandal, she is lying about Benghazi.

But Hillary’s latest criminal activity was caught on tape for the entire world to see.

While staging a botched photo-op at the Number 4 Train stop located at Yankee Stadium, Hillary proceeded onto the subway car, shaking hands and speaking to reporters.

This may seem harmless and routine — until one examines the subway rules.

What she did was a crime.

The Guardian reports:

There was another problem with Clinton’s ride aboard the 4 Train, one that the media all but ignored: Hillary Clinton broke the subway rules, and did so within full sight of New York City officials and law enforcement, who stood around and watched her do it.

According to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) Rules of Conduct, the subway system is for transporting riders to their destinations, and nothing else. But the rules list several exceptions, including “campaigning”. So far, so good, Hillary Clinton.

However, Section 1050.6(c)1 of the subway rules states unequivocally that none of these activities may be performed on the actual subway cars. 

You can watch the video below.

Of course, Hillary will claim her violation of the law was accidental.

But the whole purpose of the subway photo-op was to establish her as a bona fide New Yorker after a Bernie Sanders verbal gaffe about needing tokens to ride the subway.

The New York City subway system switched to Metrocards back in 2003, around the same time Hillary Clinton was in the Senate voting for the war in Iraq.

The New York primary is right around the corner, and Hillary has lost eight of the last nine contests.

Sanders has trimmed Clinton’s delegate lead, and with 247 delegates at stake in the New York primary, a decisive win could put Sanders on track to force a contested convention.

So Hillary will pull out all the stops to achieve victory.

And in classic Clinton fashion, that includes breaking the law.

Walking right up to the edge of the line, to the point where the tip of your nose has crossed over, is old hat for Hillary.

Whitewater.

Travelgate.

Filegate.

Servergate.

Almost every “gate” suffix attached to a Clinton scandal involved Hillary dancing around the edge of what was legal.

But in this case, there is video evidence of her illegal behavior.