Dennis Hof, the owner of the world famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch brothel in Nevada, has more to say about healthcare — things like Trumpcare should subsidize sex with legal prostitutes and sex workers.
The American Health Care Act (ACHA) might treat your pregnancy as a pre-existing condition or decide not to cover your birth control, but Hof said he thinks people not getting enough good nookie should be remedied and covered by the GOP’s proposed healthcare bill.
“It’s a lot of turmoil in the world and people need to be able to have an outlet and come to the ranches,” Hof told us. “I think in the Trumpcare plan, there should be provisions for people who aren’t able to get the quality or quantity of sex they want, so they can have it subsidized by the government.”
“Oh, that’s a good one. That’s a good line,” he added with a slight laugh.
Under Hof’s dream provision, the government should pay for a cathouse romp because “[i]f we have people who are mentally healthy, we’d have less problems in the world.”
Hookers (and Hof) for Healthcare
Alice Little, a 27-year-old legal prostitute in Hof’s Sagebrush Ranch brothel, started the Hookers for Healthcare drive, encouraging hundreds of her fellow courtesans to join the fight against President Trump’s healthcare bill, the American Health Care Act (AHCA).
A response from Hof at the time called “government handouts” like healthcare a “slippery slope.”
"You start giving these working girls free or discounted healthcare coverage, then what comes next?” Hof said earlier in July. “Free split-crotch panties? Free licorice-flavored condoms? Free pepperoni pizza?”
When we asked Hof if he supports the repeal of the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare) and the implementation of the AHCA, his answer was “yes and no.”
“I’m for affordable healthcare and compassion … what I like about Obamacare (and the girls did, too) is it eliminates pre-existing conditions,” he explained. “It also eliminated making people uninsurable because of the type of occupation they have.”
The bordello king explained that prior to the Affordable Care Act, a legal prostitute making a six-figure income couldn’t buy health insurance. Thanks to the introduction of Obamacare, every working girl has access to medical coverage.
“I’m for those two things, but I don’t like the tax burden that [former President Barack] Obama dumped on all us small business people in America … I don’t think that’s fair and so yeah, I’m a Republican. I’m a Trump guy, but I also like a couple provisions of the Affordable Care Act.”
Dennis Hof on the political stage
Hof could soon be one of the decision makers in his state. As a Libertarian-turned-Republican, he is running for assemblyman in Nevada’s 36th District in 2018.
“I’ve always been a right-leaning Libertarian,” Hof explained. “Meaning I’m a socially conservative guy. I believe in small government, low taxes, but what I didn’t agree with the Republicans on was some of the social issues.
“Like, don’t bother me about weed, don’t bother me about who has sex with who and don’t bother me about abortion. I think that’s people’s choices, but now I’ve switched to the Republican party with the caveat: don’t bother me with those three issues ‘cause I don’t want to hear it.”
Hof’s political career would also get a boost should former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer take him up on his recently extended job offer.
“I think Sean will really flourish with a change of scenery, and I’m thinking that a spot on my public relations team may be the perfect place for him,” Hof said.
“My public relations guys … could be a really good influence on Sean, serving as mentors in a business that’s a lot cleaner than politics…Legal prostitution.”
While Hof would benefit from Spicer’s contacts from the world of GOP politics, the producer of the Cinemax series "Working Girls in Bed” has a salary bump planned for Spicer should he trade his Easter Bunny costume for a job with the Bunny Ranch.
“There’s a reason that everyone graduates from jobs in presidential administrations to the private sector,” Hof added with a chuckle. “Once I negotiate an incentive package with Sean, he’s going to be real happy here on Team Bunny Ranch.”