His warning comes after Mr Farage earlier this week staged a climbdown from his vow to fight 600 seats in the general election
"I think if there was a second referendum, it would be disastrous," Farage said
He told the BBC he could serve the cause better by backing the party's canditates
On Thursday, Mr Farage said he would be "right behind” Mr Johnson if the prime minister ditched his exit plan and instead opted for a no-deal Brexit
Mr Farage withdrew his offer of an electoral pact with Brexiteer Tories, and urged them not to "crack" by offering their support for the "appalling" plan
Is the Government prepared for a no-deal Brexit?
"As has been clear for some time, the Remainers in our country will sink to any level to stop Brexit from happening"
"That right there is Boris Johnson’s nightmare scenario"
“My view has always been that the result of the referendum must be carried through"
Results with 90 percent of the vote the count showed the Brexit Party winning with 31.6 percent