Nigel Farage's success clashed with Sky News's Lewis Goodall as the couple discussed the changing dynamics of politics and how his Brexit Party crowd reacts to certain political figures. Mr Farage has insisted that historically bad things happen if one group of individuals considers itself superior to another, pointing towards the treatment of voters by Remainer deputies. Mr Goodall began the interview by saying: "We all agree that politics has become more crude in recent years.
"But I told you that perhaps you are partly responsible for that cause.
"Just some things you said recently, if you don't get the kind of Brexit you want, you'd pick up a gun."
Farage then interrupted to insist that it was a metaphor and a joke he uttered during a comedy evening.
The Sky News reporter continued: "Ok, you described the British trading team Brexit as the enemy inside.
"You have said many times in this campaign that Theresa May's agreement would have been signed only by a nation defeated in war.
"Expose the language of war, appeasement and betrayal consistently.
"I've been to many of the rallies and very often when you talk about names like Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Anna Soubry or anyone else.
"Name their names and make the crowd sound, okay enough, a little bit of pantomime but pretty good.
"Then people scream the treacherous word, you never turn around and tell me sorry sir or madam they are not traitors, they are citizens are patriots, I am not in agreement with them."
Then Mr Farage replied: "I'm sorry, but history teaches us something here.
"If you tell people that they are superior or that their opinions are superior to another group of people, bad things happen.
"The only way civilized democracy works is if the loser grants the result.
"What you have had here from the referendum are some very old public figures who do not accept the will of the people and who have radicalized a group".