Jesse Watters, inventor of “Beyonce voters,” belittles the notion of a “war on women”
Jesse Watters, the comic foil to “O'Reilly Factor” host Bill O'Reilly, went without media accreditation to a National Organization of Women conference to make fun of the participants, and you'll never guess what happened next.
Oh, you've already guessed? Yes, he was asked to leave. You're apparently quicker on the draw than Watters, who was shocked, shocked that he was asked to leave an event for which he had been denied an invitation. (The “Casablanca” reference is our own little homage to Watters’ practice of editing movie clips into the middle of his interviews, to fill in the spaces where he failed to say something funny himself.)
In the NOW segment, Watters, the inventor of “Beyonce voters,” gets a feel yuks out of the idea that there's a war on women, even though his boss, O'Reilly, has joined in the narrative about a war on Christmas.
As he's led from the conference, Watters asks the police officers walking him out if they'll protect him from all these women. Get it? Because there's a war.
Your winnings, sir: