A notorious “Hookers” group which has taken a political stance in the past is taking center stage in Nevada once again this political season as the 2016 presidential election approaches. Dennis Hof’s Moonlite Bunny Ranch near Carson City, Nevada, has made its endorsement for president for the presidential cycle, according to USA Today on Wednesday. Some may think that women who make their paychecks and tips via the male persuasion might have a business sense and responsibility to endorse one of the many males running for the Oval Office. Oddly, rather than choosing the likes of Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump, they have chosen to back Hillary Clinton – so to speak.
The group calls itself “Hookers for Hillary.” There is obviously a Bill Clinton-esque joke in here somewhere, but we’ll let the Bill, Monica and/or Hillary smuttily-laden humor pass – for now.
“Hookers for Hillary” has released a new YouTube video giving reasons for their endorsement, says the New York Daily-News. It is a four-point platform which allegedly gives reasons for their endorsement which includes health care reform, support of agencies protecting the public’s health, foreign policy experience and Clinton’s economics’ stance. Though the group asserted that they were all-in – so to speak – for Hillary shortly after she announced her candidacy in 2015, the Hookers’ heavy push – so to speak – for Clinton’s presidential run has just peaked – so to speak.
As publications such as the Guardian give some rather lackluster reasons for the “Hookers’” endorsement of Hillary, it appears to some that they have simply jumped on the female bandwagon for Hillary. After all, there isn’t much that the “Hookers” are for that Bernie Sanders isn’t pulling for – so to speak. Some of the “Hookers” are young enough to be in that popular “feel the Bern” crowd. Only the “Hookers” know why the group was persuaded to feel Hillary – so to speak – instead of the Bern. Apparently, the many Hillary Clinton-scandals from the Clinton Foundation only giving 15 percent of its charitable contributions to charity to the FBI-entrenched email fiasco aren’t topics that the “Hookers” are willing to lay out – so to speak. Apparently, they have turned their back – so to speak – on the multiple allegations of Bill Clinton’s womanizing as well. Anyway, if you are going to base your vote on the endorsement made by the Carson City “Hookers,” raise your hand, whichever hand you use. It doesn’t seem like an endorsement many candidates would really want to embrace – – – so to speak.