hillary-loserThe votes are in and Bernie Sanders thrashed Hillary Clinton even worse than her campaign and the pollsters expected.

In the New Hampshire primary, Sanders blew Clinton out of the water, 60 to 38 percent.

The Democrat Party continues a frightening march to the far left and less than 40 percent of New Hampshire voters believed a committed 60’s leftist like Hillary was not radical enough for them.

This was a sweeping defeat on every level.

According to the exit polls, Bernie Sanders beat Hillary in every demographic group, except those earning over $200,000 per year.

Among voters 18-29 years old, Bernie Sanders won with a crushing 83 – 13 percent margin.

And despite former Secretary of State Madeline Albright declaring there was a “special place in hell” for women who didn’t vote for Hillary, Bernie Sanders crushed Hillary with female voters 55 – 44 percent.

Most disturbing for Hillary, 34 percent of Democrat voters stated being honest and trustworthy were the most important qualities in a candidate.

After  months of lies related to her email scandal, Hillary won just 5 percent of these voters, with Sanders claiming an incredible 91 percent.

The Clinton loss was historic and shattered the veneer of her frontrunner status.

The Clintons have famously counted on good fortune in New Hampshire in the past.

In 1992, Bill Clinton spun a second place finish into a “comeback kid” narrative and eventually the Democratic nomination.

In 2008, all the polls showed Barack Obama beating Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire, but on Election Day she shocked political pundits by winning the state.

But her lies — and evasive and possibly criminal behavior that could lead to an indictment —  proved too heavy an anchor to allow her to rise.

Even before the disastrous defeat in New Hampshire, rumors were swirling about possible campaign shakeups.

Politico reported:

Hillary and Bill Clinton are so dissatisfied with their campaign’s messaging and digital operations they are considering staffing and strategy changes after what’s expected to be a loss in Tuesday’s primary in New Hampshire, according to a half-dozen people with direct knowledge of the situation.

The Clintons — stung by Hillary’s narrow victory in Iowa and shocked by polls showing her losing by as much as 20 percent here — had been planning to reassess staffing at the campaign’s Brooklyn headquarters after the first four primaries, but the Clintons have become increasingly caustic in their criticism of aides and demanded the reassessment sooner, a source told Politico.

But is this going to be like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic?

Hillary clearly cheated to win Iowa, and now she’s been blown out in New Hampshire.

As the campaign moves to Nevada and South Carolina, Hillary faces the same questions about criminal indictments, honesty and being in the hip pocket of Wall Street banks who depend on government bailouts.

Even if she seeks out a primary win over Bernie Sanders, her campaign may be so hobbled by her poor performances, she will enter the general election as an unelectable candidate running a hopeless campaign.