Actress-comedian Judy Gold on Friday criticized Caitlyn Jenner's politics.

Last year, Jenner, a Republican, told Ellen DeGeneres that she was once opposed to marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples, then gave a lukewarm endorsement of marriage equality. Within days, she penned a column in which she said that “after hearing from my gay friends and learning about the hardships they faced because of discrimination, it became clear to me that everyone should be able to marry the person they love.”

“The GLBT, you know, the gays and lesbians are the ones who fought for her to have these rights and be treated like a human being,” Gold said in reference to Jenner's stand on marriage during an appearance on SiriusXM's Opie Radio.

Gold also criticized Jenner for her support of Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who is in a heated primary for the GOP presidential nomination. In a recent interview, Jenner said she “likes” Cruz for president and offered to serve as Cruz's “trans ambassador.”

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“And the Ted Cruz thing,” Gold started. “Ted Cruz … hates her. I mean, doesn't want her to have any rights at all. Doesn't believe that gays should have any rights.”

“Oh, this is my favorite. She said that Hillary Clinton has done nothing for women. Oh really! You've gained a lot of insight in the seven months that you've been a female. … You haven't lived in this world as a woman, you have no fucking idea,” Gold said.

Jenner made her comments about Clinton during a recent episode of her E! reality series I Am Cait.

Other celebrities who have denounced Jenner's most recent comments include tennis great Martina Navratilova and country singer Chely Wright, both of whom are lesbian.