George Galloway Slams SNP’s ‘Drink-Soaked Pan-Sexual Fumblings’ in Good Friday Tweet

Voting choices in this year’s Scottish parliament elections have become much more complicated with the arrival of two new parties: Former SNP leader Alex Salmond’s pro-independence Alba party and George Galloway’s Alliance 4 Unity, both standing only on the top-up proportional list ballot.

Broadcaster George Galloway has slammed the Scottish National Party’s “fumblings, fingering and fornicating” a month before elections to the devolved parliament.

Galloway, a former Labour and Respect Party MP who is standing as a candidate for the Alliance 4 Unity, was responding to a tweet unfavourably comparing First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s fitness to hold office to that of her predecessor Alex Salmond — now leader of the pro-independence Alba Party.

The devout Catholic chose Good Friday to remind followers of the SNP’s long list of sex scandals.