Liberals Call Her a ‘Nazi’: Trump Loyalist Jewish Model Warns Democrats of ‘Jexodus’

Never mind the fact that model and Trump 2016 campaigner Elizabeth Pipko is ethnically and theologically Jewish, liberals still refer to her as a Nazi.

But shed no tears for the comely young Pipko. She has a message all her own for the ever-increasingly far-left Democrat Party.

Specifically, if the Dems keep supporting the likes of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar, don’t be shocked to see Jewish voters abandon the Democrat Party.

As reported by Stephanie Hamill of The Daily Caller notes;

Maxim model Elizabeth Pipko is calling out the Democrats for their handling of the growing anti-Semitism problem within their party.

Pipko, who is also a former Trump campaign staffer, is now the spokeswoman for “Jexodus,” a group that seeks “to turn Jewish Democrats into Republicans,” Pipko explained.

“We reject the hypocrisy, anti-Americanism, and anti-Semitism of the rising far-left,” said Pipko.

Early last month, Brent Scher of the Washington Free Beacon reported that Pipko was the target of liberal wrath when word spread that she was once a full-time employee of the Trump 2016 campaign;

Jewish model Elizabeth Pipko kept her work for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign a secret, fearing she would be ostracized by the liberal fashion world. Last month she came out as pro-Trump, and she’s already being called a Nazi.

The 23 year old started off as a volunteer for the campaign, but was eventually hired full-time. Late last year she got married to a man she met on the campaign, and who is already working on Trump’s reelection campaign.

Pipko has modeled for the likes of DT magazine, Maxim, and Esquire. She’s also appeared in the “Perfectly Imperfect” campaign for Vizcaya Swimwear.

Prior to her career in modeling, she was a junior athlete in figure skating competitions across the United States until she was injured at 15, told by doctors that she would never competitively skate again. Pipko has also had two books of poems published.