The former Scottish First Minister criticised the party for its conduct in the passing of the Article 50 bill and suggested the move would catch up with them.
Speaking on Sky News, the SNP MP revealed his dismay that there had not been a third reading on the Brexit bill and had a pop at the Labour Party's "weak opposition".
He said: "The Government steamrolled the bill through, there was no debate on the third reading, there'll be no report stage in the Commons.
"The last time that's happened, incidentally, to a bill was the Emergency Powers Act of 1914 and for it to happen on a bill of this significance is an outrage, a total outrage.
Alex Salmond has said the Tory party will be 'wringing their hands'
The Government steamrolled the bill through
"But that's what an overmighty government confident about its position with a weak opposition in the Labour Party can do.
"The trouble for the country is, tonight they're ringing the bells in the Tory party, soon they'll be wringing their hands as the reality of 'hard' Tory Brexit begins to bite."
The Remainer stated that if he was a "Brexiteer prime minister" he would not trigger Article 50 without complete understanding of what life outside the EU would look like.
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An SNP Brexit spokesman and Ukip MP Douglas Carswell went up against each other in a heated debate following the final vote on the Government's Brexit bill on Wednesday.
The SNP's Stephen Gethins warned of the "devastating" impact of leaving the EU. But Mr Carswell described the vote, which starts the UK's divorce proceedings with the EU, as "great news for democracy".
The exchange came after the draft legislation was approved by 494 votes to 122 and it now moves to the House of Lords.
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