Published: October 13, 2021
How this model combats the abandonment culture and defends conservative beliefs
From Movieguide® employees
From fashion to Fox, model Elizabeth Pipko makes a statement – that those in the industry aren’t just cookie cutters who say what they believe because another influencer told them to.
Instead, Pipko, who was a campaign worker for former President Donald Trump, stands up for her conservative beliefs in the fashion world.
“I’ve been canceled by several people in politics because I’m either too right or too left for people’s tastes. I was obviously canceled from modeling for other things and I will fight against it every day, ”said Pipko.
“I will never let anyone turn me down or what I stand up for because I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that. I will fight this to the death. I say stand up for yourself and what you believe in, and don’t let anyone tell you what you can or can’t read, see, or see, because there is something to learn from everything out there. Even the worst things in our world can be learned, ”she continued.
Pipko’s religious heritage plays a strong role in her personal political beliefs. In her book Find my place, Pipko describes her family’s escape from the Soviet Union and what it is like to grow up as a first-generation Jewish immigrant in the United States.
Now she wants to share this passion with others and founded The Exodus Movement to encourage Jews to “reject the hypocrisy, anti-Americanism and anti-Semitism of the rising extreme left”.
But don’t be too hasty to put a label on Pipko.
“For me, labels were nothing more than an obstacle. I don’t understand why people are so obsessed with them. I think it’s dangerous and the two-party system promotes these labels for young people, ”said Pipko.
“I don’t stand for anything but decency … I don’t want that label of ‘I’m the Republican,’ ‘the Conservative,’ or whatever people want to call me because that is a lot of … people think they know how I stand on certain issues, ”said Pipko. “I just never want to be part of it again.”
Instead, the model advocates unity.
“I would like to see some kind of unity along the way [to the 2024 presidential election] because I think you won’t realize the impact of your voice until you turn around and find that your neighbors aren’t speaking to you later. You can have a husband, child, or best friend who votes differently. You are also allowed to stick to the same thing. All of these things are fine. It is the meaning behind the vote that is far more important than your actual vote or your beliefs, ”said Pipko.