Researcher Richard Weinstein joined Glenn Beck and Stu Burguiere on Wednesday's show to discuss his stunning discovery of the deep pockets behind Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's "grassroots" campaign.

Wondering how Ocasio-Cortez achieved her primary win in the 14th district of New York without really knowing any policy, Weinstein began a preliminary search for answers. He quickly discovered that in 2017, Ocasio-Cortez's website belonged to a group called "Brand New Congress."

By following the "bouncing ball," Weinstein soon found out that Brand New Congress is a group dedicated to flooding "the playing field with progressives." BNC's co-founder, Saikat Chakrabarti, appeared on Rachel Maddow's show to discuss how the group is "capitalizing on Bernie Sanders' appeal."

Apparently, all approved candidates have signed onto an official policy page.

The trail then leads from Saikat Chakrabarti to an affiliated organization called “Justice Democrats,” which is co-founded by Cenk Uygur, a far-left founder and host of The Young Turks.

The story doesn't stop there. Guess who is the deep-pockets behind The Young Turks? Yep, the Media Consortium, which is a George Soros-endowed entity.

"There is no such thing as a grassroots campaign," Glenn said. "The story is that she went out and knocked on doors — which I believe she did, she worked hard for it — but she also has, apparently, funding and support from very Leftist organisations, including George Soros."

Watch the video clip above to get the amazing details.

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