At least 9 primetime speakers at the Democratic National Convention railing against the evils of capitalism and “income inequality” are members of the 1 percent or very close to it.

Pew ResearchSarah Silverman stated in 2014 that in order to be a member of the one percent needed to have a net worth of nearly $2.4 million and according to the U.S. Census the richest Americans earned at least $450,000 annually.

Plenty of speakers at the DNC made that minimum but had no problems being hypocrites to rage against their own economic class.

Comedian Sarah Silverman and comedian-turned Sen. Al Franken had a combined net worth of nearly $15 million.

Sen. Elizabeth Warren famously rails against the richest Americans, but she has a net worth of about $7.5 million.

She wasn’t the only millionaire or richest member of Congress to take the stage on Monday.

Sen. Jeff Merkley has a net worth of $2.9 million and Rep. Joe Kennedy III has whooping $43.2 million to his name.

First Lady Michelle Obama isn’t exactly struggling either in her house built by slaves. America has treated her pretty well, despite being a “downright mean” country, as she said in 2008.

She has a net worth of nearly $12 million.

Even the union leaders who are supposedly fighting for the working man or either members or nearly members of the one percent. American Federation for Teachers leader Rhonda “Randi” Weingarten takes home more than $557,000 a year, AFL-CIO leader Richard Trumka draws a salary of $322,000 annually, and Mary Kay Henry of the SEIU has a yearly income of about $300,000.

Not too bad for people who are supposedly fighting for average Americans.