The former Ukip leader blasted the former MP and speaker of Parliament for revealing how he did not want to welcome the US President to address Parliament.
Mr Bercow announced that he would not want President Donald Trump to give an address to politicians in the Palace of Westminster following concern from some MPs.
The comments from The Speaker were met with cheers and applause from some Labour and SNP MPs inside the Chamber, however Farage was left seething at the remarks.
The MEP was furious at the Speaker who is supposed to remain neutral, before he went on a explosive tirade.
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He said: “The Speaker of the mother of Parliament, one of the great institutions on the globe, commands respect by being neutral.
“What Bercow did today broke every single rule of that.
“His job is to not make political statements of that nature and I think in doing so he has devalued the office of Speaker, and that is a very sad thing indeed.”
During his speech in the House of Commons, Mr Bercow said: “I would not wish to issue an invitation to President Trump to speak in the Royal Gallery.
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“We value our relationship with the United States, if a state visit takes place, that is way beyond and above of the pay grade of the Speaker.
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“However, as far as this place is concerned I feel very strongly that our opposition to racism and to sexism, and our support for equality before the law and an independent judiciary are hugely important considerations.”
Mr Bercow would have to approve any parliamentary address from the US President.
This speech infuriated Nigel Farage who argued that the Speaker was perfectly happy to welcome the Emir of Kuwait, despite the leader not permitting Israeli Jews from entering the country.
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He finished: “Bercow you are the hypocrite of the week how can you welcome the leader of Kuwait when you want to stop the President of the United States coming to the Palace of Westminster.
“I think actually you owe President Trump an apology and you owe the nation an apology for abusing your position as Speaker of the House of Commons.”
A petition to withdraw President Trump’s invitation will be debated by MPs later this month after 1.8 million people signed the document.
However Theresa May is expected to uphold the invitation, as a counter-petition reached more than 300,000 signatures, meaning it will debated at the same time.
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