The 62-year-old former MP for Bradford West took to Twitter to poke fun at Mrs Sturgeon’s repeated calls for a second vote north of the border.
Recalling the famous line from Clint Eastwood’s 1971 film Dirty Harry after he has caught a criminal, Mr Galloway wrote: “She [Sturgeon] should call new referendum on Britain/EU Pound/Euro Free movement of EU labour/immigration controls/hard border. “You feel lucky, Nicola?”
The one-time chairman of the Scottish Labour Party did not stop there though and continued to needle the SNP on the social media site.
Former MP George Galloway used a Clint Eastwood line in his Sturgeon attack
He wrote: “The SNP need a lesson. She thinks we have more in common with Bulgaria and Romania than with Britain. Prefer the Euro, want free movement…”
Then shortly after posting that message he continued: “SNP overestimate Scotland’s wish for the EU rather than Britain the Euro rather than the pound and unlimited East European immigration.”
The comments came after the SNP leader, 46, said another vote on independence was “all but inevitable” after Prime Minister Theresa May delivered her keynote Brexit speech yesterday stating she was prepared to complete severe ties with the European Union if a suitable deal could not be reached.
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The First Minister said that Scotland should be able to choose a “different future” from one Mrs May had outlined.
She said Mrs May’s ‘hard’ Brexit proposal would be “economically catastrophic”.
She said: ”It seems the Westminster Tory government now think they can do anything to Scotland and get away with it.
Former Bradford West MP George Galloway on Twitter
“They must start to understand how wrong they are.
"The UK government cannot be allowed to take us out of the EU and the single market, regardless of the impact on our economy, jobs, living standards and our reputation as an open, tolerant country, without Scotland having the ability to choose between that and a different future.
"With her comments today, the Prime Minister has only succeeded in making that choice more likely."
George Galloway launched an attack on SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon
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However, Ms Sturgeon’s comments see her continually isolated among Scotland’s political figures.
Conservative leader Ruth Davidson said: "Ever since the Brexit vote, the SNP has tried to use the result as an excuse for holding a divisive second referendum on independence.
"It has failed to persuade people in Scotland of that case. Now that the UK Government has spelled out this plan of action, that case has collapsed altogether.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants a second independence referendum
"There is no justification whatsoever for that threat to be maintained. Nicola Sturgeon should now rule a second referendum out and instead work to get the best deal out of Brexit for all of us across the UK."
Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale also distanced herself from a second referendum.
She said: "Once again the Tories have put the union at risk by furthering the sort of divisions the SNP thrives on. The wrong reaction to this speech would be to call for another referendum on independence.
Former MP for Bradford West George Galloway
"Under independence, Scotland would face the prospect of being out of the EU and out of the UK. That would be a disaster for Scotland."
When the country held the independence referendum on September 18, 2014 just over 55 percent to remain part of the UK with nearly 45 percent voting to pull out of the union.