Outspoken columnist Katie Hopkins has lashed-out at “GINGER DWARF” Nicola Sturgeon as part of a withering attack on Britain’s anti-Brexiteers.
The Apprentice star turned arch-controversialist penned a tirade against those who would stand against Britain’s leaving of the EU – especially targeting Tim Farron’s Liberal Democrats, the House of Lords, and architect of Project Fear George Osborne.
But she saved particular levels of venom for Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and her demands for a second independence referendum.
Writing in the Daily Mail she said: “The Scottish National Party say they will vote against the legislation that formally repeals Britain’s membership of the European Union.
“So if you are sick to the back teeth of the Ginger Dwarf from the North spouting her nonsense in Westminster, acting as first minister for Independence, instead of First Minister for Scotland, now is your chance. “
She called Theresa May’s chosen election date May 8 as Scotland’s ‘day to shine’ and added: “Send a message to Nicola that we are stronger together and better off without her.
“Her only ambition is for herself.
“Rid yourselves of the Ginger Dwarf from the North and we can create a truly United Kingdom, trading with each other and the rest of the world, in a known currency we all understand.”
Hopkins, 42, said the moment Theresa May announced plans for a June 8 election on the steps of No 10 was ‘truly Presidential’.
She added: “She has had her mind changed. The division in Westminster has convinced her to clear the decks early. To demand unity rather than to request it. To oblige people to work with her – or step aside for those who will.”
In a brutal dig at what the Prime Minister called ‘unelected members of the House of Lords who have vowed to fight us every step of the way’ she wrote: “This is a wake up call to the elderly and incontinent shuffling their way around the House of Lords on care home carpeting too.
“The Prime Minister said I believe their days are numbered. Physically and metaphorically. The grim reaper or abolition, whichever gets there first.”