Although he likes to think it Nigel Farage, isn't a 'man of the people', is he? There's figuratively a ton of evidence to support it.
Despite having literal connections to the president of the United States of America and being quite the opposite of working class, especially since since becoming an MEP since 1999, Farage still likes to hit out at the so-called 'elites'.
In a rant on LBC, aimed at the Labour party for backing a Brexit amendment to allow the continued free movement of people after the UK leaves the EU, the former UKIP leader branded the party 'Islington, middle-upper class champagne socialists' for voting against the wills of many of their voters.
While he may feel like he has every right to call the Labour party such a thing, Farage should really check his privilege as, on many occasions over the years, he has displayed tendencies that would be considered to be part of the 'middle-upper class, champagne elite'.
This one isn't technically Farage's fault as during an interview with Fox News ahead of last year's Royal Wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Farage was referred to as being 'basically royalty' in completely unresearched comment.
Once again, this was something that was bestowed upon Farage but he didn't exactly deny and just repeated 'not quite' a few times instead.
Arguably one of the most humiliating moments of Farage's career so far.
His 'Leave Means Leave' march from Sunderland to London to protest the fact that Brexit wasn't happening on 29 March was attended by around 150 to 200 people, with Farage completing just one day of the 14-day trek despite willing Leave Voters to take part, Tweeting at the time: "We're marching from Sunderland to London... get your walking boots on!" before later admitting he would only be attending "some of it" himself much to people's disappointment.
But Farage wasn't the only one to not attend, in fact, to say that the whole thing turned out somewhat lack lustre would be a bit of an understatement.