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See Why Police Ended Up Kicking Jesse Watters of 'The O'Reilly Factor' Out of the National Organization for Women (N.O.W.) Conference


"I object to the word ‘gal.’ I am not a gal."

Jesse Watters, a correspondent for “The O’Reilly Factor,” received an icy welcome when he traveled to the National Organization for Women’s annual conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico, earlier this week. Ultimately, Watters was asked to leave by police and warned that he would be arrested if he returned.

Watters immediately annoyed one woman when he used the word “gals” in one of his questions.

“I object to the word ‘gal.’ I am not a gal,” she said.

When Watters later jokingly offered to protect the woman in the “war on women,” he once again rubbed the woman the wrong way. He was accused of being sexist by offering to “protect” her.

Eventually, Watters was told he wasn’t “credentialed” and need to leave. Two Albuquerque policemen confronted the reporter and confirmed he was being kicked out.

He was later told by a third officer that he’d be arrested if he returned to the property. Watch the segment here:

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