Elizabeth Pipko has not only graced the covers of the likes of Maxim, Esquire, Italy’s L’idea Magazine, Los Angeles-based QP Mag, Florida’s Boca Life Magazine, Sports Illustrated, and Spain’s DT magazine, she was also the lead model for Miami’s Vizcaya Swimwear line.
Besides all of those accomplishments, she’s also the founder of of the “Jexodus” movement, luring historically Democrat voting Jews to instead cast their ballots for President Trump.
Much like how the modeling careers of both Melania Trump and her step-daughter Ivanka Trump have become non-existent since the 2016 election, London’s The Daily Mail noted of Pipko last year, ‘After I “came out” [in support of President Trump] I noticed most of my modeling contacts quickly turn their backs on me.’
Fighting back, Pipko will release on Aug. 25, 2020, her book Finding My Place: Making My Parents’ American Dream Come True. Interestingly enough, Amazon cites that Pipko’s book is #1 in both the Women and Judaism categories.
In the meantime, Pipko was interviewed (seen below) by the Daily Caller’s Stephanie Hamill on her new book, and also her experiences since she disclosed she was a closet conservative;
“Not only was I terrified for myself, losing friends, family members and everything else, but I was scared I would never work again in anything,” Pipko said.
She went on to call out some high-profile Democratic politicians for their handling of the growing anti-Semitism problem within their party.