Disgraced Democrat Katie Hill said that the Republican Party needs to be "completely" destroyed in an interview with Andrew Gillum, who agreed vehemently with her diagnosis.
Hill made the comments on "Real Talk" with Gillum, who lost his bid to become Florida's governor in 2018 and was later caught in his own scandal.
"The Republican Party that exists now, needs to just completely be destroyed!" Hill said to Gillum in the podcast published Wednesday.
"There's not the hope of, you know, bringing it back from anything. These are bad people, and if they are not openly bad, then they are complicit and they're weak, and they're, they're willing to destroy the very foundations of what we consider American, and on top of that, take away rights left and right for everybody!" she explained.
Gillum could be seen adamantly agreeing with Hill on the video.
"I mean it's just, there's no, I don't care about this notion of bipartisanship anymore because it's bull — it's just complete crap!" she added.
"This isn't another party, this is just a bunch of lunatics!" Hill concluded.
Hill was forced to resign her seat representing California in the U.S. House after nude photographs of her were leaked to the media and substantiated accusations that she had an inappropriate sexual "throuple" relationship with a staffer.
Gillum, the former mayor of Tallahassee, had been a political star of the Democratic Party before he lost his gubernatorial bid. He was later found passed out, nude, and intoxicated on the floor of a Miami Beach hotel room with two other men, one of whom had overdosed. Police found crystal methamphetamine in the room. Afterward, he came out as bisexual.
On Wednesday, Hill was ordered by a judge to pay more than $200,000 in legal fees to news outlets she had sued over her leaked nude photograph scandal. She has vowed to appeal the ruling.
Here's the video of Hill's comments to Gillum:
Katie Hill: "The Republican Party that exists now needs to be completely destroyed." www.youtube.com