Actress Susan Sarandon on Thursday tore into the Democratic National Committee (DNC), calling it "completely corrupt."

“After my experience in the primary, it’s very clear to me the DNC is gone,” she told CNN's Carol Costello.

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“Every superdelegate is a lobbyist. The way that the system is set up in terms of trying of having superdelegates — you could win a state and not get the delegates. It’s crazy.”

Sarandon backed Sen. Bernie SandersBernie SandersProtect women's right to choose how and when they work Senate braces for a nasty debt ceiling fight Schumer leaves door open for second vote on bipartisan infrastructure deal MORE (I-Vt.) for the Democratic nomination. She said she still respects Sanders even though he endorsed Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonJill Biden takes starring role at difficult Olympics Club for Growth goes after Cheney in ad, compares her to Clinton Sanders to campaign for Turner in Ohio MORE for president.

"Look, Bernie has said ‘don’t ever listen to me if I tell you how to vote,' " she said.

“What [Sanders] did is show people that they counted. He brought them hope. He’s supporting a lot of candidates. It’s very important to go and vote down the ticket.”

Sarandon predicted a surge in third-party support on Election Day, calling Clinton and Republican nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpNew Capitol Police chief to take over Friday Overnight Health Care: Biden officials says no change to masking guidance right now | Missouri Supreme Court rules in favor of Medicaid expansion | Mississippi's attorney general asks Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade Michael Wolff and the art of monetizing gossip MORE "untrustable."

"I think we’ve been voting the lesser of two evils for too long. The good news is everybody’s so frustrated that at least we’re awake.”

Sarandon on Monday endorsed Green Party nominee Jill Stein.

“It’s clear a third-party is necessary and viable at this time,” she said in a letter posted on Stein’s campaign website. "And this is the first step in accomplishing that end.”

Stein has about 2 percent support nationally, according to a RealClearPolitics average of polls.