French philosopher Jean Paul Sartre famously wrote that, “Hell is other people.” Since her humiliating defeat to Donald J. Trump in the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton has crammed her personal hell with an overflow crowd. That Clinton loathes her orange nemesis is no secret. But what is only now coming into dark relief are the full contours and depth of her rage.

For nearly three years, at the behest of the Justice Department, government lawyer John Durham has been investigating “what” and “who” led the FBI down the Trump-Russia collusion rabbit hole. On Friday, alarming new charges burst into public view. In a 13-page, federal court filing, Durham alleges that the Clinton campaign’s spying apparatus infiltrated the “Trump Tower, Donald Trump’s Central Park West apartment building, and the Executive Office of the President of the United States.” Let that sink in. The government’s lawyer claims that not only did Clinton minions spy on Trump where he worked and slept as a private citizen running for public office, they breached the security of the White House to carry on their malignant activities after he won. According to the special counsel, the intent of their nefarious operation was to gather “derogatory information” against America’s commander in chief.

If true, it’s a shocking abuse of the public trust. It may also be an answered prayer for exhausted Hillary supporters who have been quietly searching for the exit.