Senate Minority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins on Monday did not rule out further primary challenges to members of the Independent Democratic Conference and derided their coalition with the Senate Republicans as a “false majority.”

“This is a place where you would think that when Democrats win the majority, Democrats can work together,” she said at a news conference on voting rights and access. “Unfortunately this has not been the case. People have found their interests supported by working with a false majority. It has been beneficial to them in terms of perks, beneficial to them in terms of whatever they think is important.”

As for a primary challenge to IDC members, Stewart-Cousins said her conference was focused on governing, but left the door open.

“I think we’re taking our business here seriously, our governing seriously,” she said. “We’re not talking about primaries right now.”

The comments come as a war of words continues to heat up around the mainline Democratic conference and the eight-member IDC, which has grown in recent months with the addition of Sens. Jesse Hamilton and, this month, Jose Peralta.

Democratic primary challenges to IDC members in the past have failed, most notably bids against Sen. Tony Avella (beating John Liu) and IDC Leader Jeff Klein (who defeated Oliver Koppell).

IDC-backed challenges to incumbents have failed, too. The IDC’s most prominent intraparty victory was the success of Sen. marisol Alcantara in an open-seat race.

Senate Republicans have 32 members in their conference, a numerical majority, with the addition of Brooklyn Democrat Simcha Felder, who is not a member of the IDC.

Still, Democrats in the mainline conference are banking on public pressure over the presidency of Donald Trump.

“I think more than ever we are in an awakening moment for New Yorkers,” Stewart-Cousins said. “Each one of us has to be accountable for our constituents and our constituencies.”