A former NSW Labor MP will join One Nation ahead of the state election claiming her previous party is too woke.
Tania Mihailuk, the Member for Bankstown, revealed late Tuesday she would seek support of members to join One Nation, led by Mark Latham, and stand as a candidate in the March state election.
As a proud Christian and staunch anti-corruption advocate, she said One Nation is the only political party with the capacity to stand up for the issues that matter to people like her.
"Chris Minns as premier and a Labor government will see NSW go both woke and broke," Ms Mihailuk said.
"I know the true agenda of the people currently sitting on Chris Minns' front bench - they are from the extreme left."
The former Bankstown Mayor left the Labor party in October after being sacked from shadow cabinet.
It followed a clash with Mr Minns over comments Ms Mihailuk made linking Labor upper house candidate Khal Asfour to disgraced party powerbroker Eddie Obeid.
Ms Mihailuk attacked Mr Asfour, raising concerns under parliamentary privilege over what she claimed were his "unprincipled actions in furthering the interests of developers".
After being stood down from shadow cabinet, Ms Mihailuk said the NSW Labor party had not "cleaned up its act".
"It's not ready to govern and as a consequence I will now be resigning from the Labor Party," she said at the time.
In Tuesday's statement, Ms Mihailuk said she strongly opposed drug legalisation and gender fluidity teaching in schools, which she claimed prominent Labor shadow ministers favoured.
"The Labor Party has sadly lost its way to the left wing extremists and property developer mafia that have taken over Labor like a cancer with their woke views and political donations," she said.
"One Nation isn't afraid to focus on the issues that matter to families. An education system that focuses on the basics that matter to mums and dads: literacy, numeracy, history and the humanities - actual common sense skills that lead to jobs rather than left wing indoctrination."