Some Northeastern University students received a pamphlet recently, claiming that white men cannot be oppressed.

So "The Factor" sent Jesse Watters up to Boston to see what some of the students think about this view.

“In order to have the experience of being oppressed one must belong to an oppressed category. Men cannot be oppressed as men, just as whites cannot be oppressed as whites," read the document that was distributed to Resident Assistants (RAs).

The university released a statement after Watters' visit, saying that the pamphlet was "intentionally provocative" in order to elicit "spirited conversations" among students and that it does not represent the position of the university as a whole.

O'Reilly's response? "Noooo, they would never do that."

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