On Saturday a pilot was removed from united airlines Flight 455 after she bombarded passengers with a bizarre intercom rant, blaming her tardiness and unkempt appearance on everything from her divorce, to her displeasure with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Passengers were so concerned for their safety that they demanded to be let off the plane.

Pilot rants about Trump and Clinton

Buzzfeed reports that the pilot, whose name has not been released by United Airlines, arrived late, showing up in the cabin in street clothes and a baseball cap instead of a pilot's uniform.

She addressed the passengers via intercom, explaining that the reason she was late was because she's going through a divorce. According to passengers on the Austin-to-San Francisco flight out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, things went quickly downhill after that, as the pilot pointed to an interracial couple and said, "Look, I don't care if you voted for Trump or Clinton. They're both a--holes."

The pilot then attempted to reassure the horrified passengers. "Don't worry. I'm going to let my co-pilot fly it. He's a man."

Dozens of passengers wanted off plane

In video footage of the bizarre incident, numerous passengers can be heard mumbling nervously. One passenger, Randy Reiss, can be seen in the video reaching for his bag and asking to be let off the flight.

Reiss told Buzzfeed that he told a flight attendant that he didn't feel safe and wanted to leave. At one point, says Reiss, the pilot said she was going to be on Oprah.

Reiss wasn't alone. At least twenty passengers demanded to be let off the plane, forcing airport security to escort the ranting pilot from the aircraft. A replacement crew was called in to complete to flight to San Francisco.

DailyMail reports that a United Airlines spokesperson responded to the incident before the plane took off. "We hold our employees to the highest standards and replaced this pilot with a new one to operate the flight, which we expect will depart shortly. We apologize to our customers for the inconvenience," said the spokesperson.