The Prime Minister snapped back at an audience member who asked why she called another referendum when the Article 50 Bill was so easily pushed through parliament.
Mrs May exploded as she spoke on the Question Time Leaders Special, explaining why there was another election.
During her rant, Mrs May took aim at Diane Abbott, John McDonnell, Nicola Sturgeon and Tim Farron.
She said: “You’re right, we got the Article 50 legislation through Parliament that was important, it has triggered the ability for us to start these negotiations.
“Those negotiations start by the way just 11 days after election day next week so whoever comes in as Prime Minister, whoever comes in as a government has got to be ready to get the ball rolling and actually start those negotiations straight away.
Theresa May blasted the Labour Party, SNP and Liberal Democrats in a furious rant
“But it was clear through the discussions that we had around that time that the other parties did want to frustrate us.”
The Prime Minister then took a furious dig at the Labour Party, Liberal Democrats and the Scottish National Party.
She raged: “You say the Liberal Democrats. We have a situation at the moment where if Jeremy Corbyn was to get into number 10, he would be begin propped up by the Liberal Democrats and the Scottish Nationalists.
“You’d have Diane Abbott who can’t add up sitting around the cabinet table. John McDonnell who is a Marxist.
“Nicola Sturgeon who wants to break our country up and Tim Farron who wants to take us back into the EU the direct opposite of what the British people want.”
The Prime Minister also hit back at another audience member reiterating why she called another Brexit vote and how important it was that the UK have strong leadership in the negotiations.
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She added: “I called a General Election because I believe the British people have a right to vote and to say who they want to see leading them through the Brexit negotiation.
“I believe they should have a Prime Minister who has an absolute resolute determination to respect their will.
The TV election debate – in pictures Wed, May 31, 2017
The televised debate saw Jeremy Corbyn, Amber Rudd, Paul Nuttall, Caroline Lucas, Angus Robertson, Tim Farron and Leanne Wood go toe-to-toe
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The politicians taking part in the debate
“My Party is the only Party that is going to respect the will of the British people get on with the job and deliver a successful Brexit.”
A YouGov poll for the Times, conducted over May 30-31, puts the Tories on 42 per cent with the Labour Party close behind on 39 per cent.
The Tories three point lead is the lowest of the campaign so far, while Labour’s 39 per cent is the party’s highest poll result since February 2014.