"Watters' World" is The O'Reilly Factor's Daily Show-esque segment wherein reporter Jesse Watters attempts to skewer issues and ideas capturing/distracting the American conversation. In this edition, Watters crashes the 2014 National Organization for Women conference in Albuquerque to figure out what the hell these broads are even talking about when they say there's a "war on women."
A theory: Might the "war on women" include men producing segments about women's conferences that open with the disingenuous use of Helen Reddy's "I Am Woman?" Segments that interpolate clips from classic films (Sean Connery: "What's a nice girl like you doing in a place like this?") as kickers as you attempt to debunk (and belittle and demean) the viewpoints held by the women you interview? What about inviting a woman to feel your bicep? What about asking a woman if her favorite movie is G.I. Jane? Who knows! They kicked him out.