Hillary's historic nominationbroke a long tradition
in politics, so we sentGrace Parra down to Philadelphia
to tell us aboutanother tradition in politics
that doesn't seemto have changed a bit.
Let's take a look.
-♪ -A woman for president.
PARRA: In Philadelphia this week,
Democrats were all about empowering women.
-Standing up for women...-Women...
-All the women...-(cheering and applause)
But Donna Brazile wasn't the only lady dancing
for Democrats this week,
because where did Hillary delegates go
after a long day of shattering glass ceilings?
That's why I had to go to a Philadelphia strip club
to root out this disturbing trend.
Have you guys seena lot of business this week,
-maybe more businessthan usual? -Absolutely.
About, uh, five to six timesour normal business.
This is Zach. Believe it or not,
he isn't the United States Secretary of Agriculture.
He is the manager of a Philly strip club
which is seeing much larger crowds
while the DNC is in town.
Now, is this strictly becausethey're Democrats?
Or you think Republicansare also, uh, as horny?
Uh, they're politicians,and everybody's horny.
Do you thinkthere is something hypocritical
about supporting a womanas president
but then also comingto a strip club?
I don't really seehow the two are related.
A lot more politicianscomin' in this week,
-right?-Tons of politicians,
-and I'm ready for that moneyto come in. -Mm-hmm.
These dancers claim to be excited for the tips,
but something in the way they Cloroxed bodily fluids
off that pole told me they want to clean up
the Democratic Party's sexist hypocrisy
and its disgusting sexual fetishes.
Feet is a pretty big fetish.
-Politicians like feet?-Yes.
Yes. Sweaty feet, usually.
I have a customer
who will pay at least $1,000
for you to poop on him.
Is his name Newt Gingrich?
And Philadelphia isn't even America's fetish capital.
D.C. is known mostly
for their torture chambersfor politicians.
-What? -Yeah.A lot of high-end politicians,
businessmen, too,like to get tortured.
And that's what excites them
and that's what keeps them goingevery day.
I mean, D.C. in and of itselfis kind of a torture chamber.
-Yeah. Uh, but at least this way-It's very meta.
they-they releaseall their power
to someone else torturing them
instead of themtorturing everybody else.
Great point, Zach. But just how sleazy
do politicians get with their reckless spending?
Some customers liketo have financial domination,
meaning they give girlscomplete control
over their bank accounts.That's what excites 'em.
It's not sexualbut it excites them,
and who's to sayanything is wrong with that?
Why have I not met one singleman in my life like that?
Because that sound awesome.
Huh. Zach got me thinking about the difference
between these two age-old professions.
So which do you thinkis a smarter career path
for young women,politics or stripping?
You can at least drink and lieand not get in trouble about it.
-Right. -And these entertainersare strong, independent women.
-They live by themselves,mostly. -Yeah.
Um, they provide for theirfamilies or for themselves.
They put themselvesthrough school.
And they're not doinganything illegal.
So maybe strip clubs don't demean women
as much as I thought.
Because if stripping sets women back,
Zach would never say it's a better career path
Which professionwould you feel more comfortable
with your daughtersgetting into,
-politics or stripping?-Ooh.
Uh, probably politics.
Wow, Zach changed his positions quicker than Hillary.
But based on my week in Philadelphia,
I realized strip clubs and political conventions
aren't so different.
They both attract huge crowds,
they both trade in dirty secrets,
and they both bring in that sweet, sweet money.
(cheering and applause)
Thanks, Grace!We'll be right back
with Libertarianpresidential candidate
Governor Gary Johnsonright after this!
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