EXCLUSIVE: If there is a glass ceiling, Elizabeth pipko will definitely break it.
At the age of 26, Pipko’s name and face have captivated two completely different audiences: those who enjoy streaming across fashion trends, and those who have their noses buried in the headlines about today’s political climate.
Whether she models or appears on television and talks about her conservative views, Pipko tells Fox News in a new interview that she will never welcome a brand to be cast by someone else.
“For me, labels have been nothing but an obstacle. I do not understand why people are so obsessed with them. I think it is dangerous and the two-party system encourages these brands to young people,” said Pipko.
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In 2016, she hid her work as a Trump campaign employee to model peers because of the understanding she could be fired simply for having a different faith than others.
“I have been canceled by several people in politics for either being too right-wing or too left-wing for people’s tastes. I have been canceled in modeling of course for other things and I will fight against it every day,” Pipko elaborated.
Those who try to limit Pipko have not succeeded. The founder of The Exodus Movement recently graced the women’s edition from the fall of 2021 Lapalme magazine and continues to appear on a number of TV networks. She believes that those who fall victim to the hypersensitive society today can only be annulled if they allow it.
“I will never let anyone cancel me or what I stand for because I do not think there is anything wrong with it. I will fight it to the death. I say, stand up for yourself and what you believe in, and “Do not let anyone tell you what you can or cannot read, see or see because there is something to learn from absolutely everything out there. Even the worst things in our world are something to learn from.”
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Pipko wrote her first book entitled “Finding My Place: Making My Parents’ American Dream True” in 2020. In it, she describes the sacrifices her Jewish parents and grandparents brought to come to America so she could have a better life. Therefore, the mantra of her life has always been to break glass ceilings and “not limit” herself to just one job or one skill.
“I have said for years that I want to be the person who proves that everyone can do everything, even that women can do everything. For me, it has worked to prove that you can literally appear in magazine covers, write books, be an athlete, work in the highest stakes, bloodthirsty industry that is politics and somehow succeed in all this in my own little way. “
In 2024, Pipko will once again exercise his voting right. But she believes America has a lot of healing to do beforehand.
“I definitely think we are more divided than ever. We have to stand together if we want to stay on this earth and stay happy and healthy.”
She also spoke of the “deep fundamental problem” the world is facing right now, where issues such as anti-Semitic attacks are being politicized and even justified.
“I would love to see some kind of unity on the way [to the 2024 presidential election] because I think you do not realize the effect your voice has until you turn around and realize that your neighbors are not talking to you later. You are allowed to have a husband or a child or a best friend who votes differently. You are also allowed to hold on to the same thing. All these things are ok. It is the meaning behind the vote that means much more than your actual voice or belief itself. ”
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Pipko is at the beginning of working on another book. Instead of writing another autobiography, she plans to write about the ability to “conquer all that is to be conquered in the world and not let anyone stop you from doing so.”
She also works on causes that she is passionate about. The COVID-19 pandemic has made her convinced that so many individuals, families and business owners are suffering. This month, she began using Amazon Live to sell products made in the United States. She started helping veteran-owned businesses. Profits will be donated to the Yellow Ribbon Fund, a charity that helps men and women returning from earning abroad.
“They have really struggled with everything that happened in Afghanistan. I remember sitting and thinking to myself that it’s probably a good wake-up call to know that the politicians and people we expect to help us in our darkest times, are busy tweeting about anything they are pushing for and are not actually helping them in their state or district or anything else.You have to get up and do something because other people may not do it even if you think , They will. “
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All the while, Pipko shared how lucky she is to be alive and well and able to create opportunities for herself.
“I’m very aware, almost painfully aware, that any complaint I’ve ever had before 2020 was totally rubbish and unforgivable, because the last year, almost two years, has shown some really terrible things in our world. I’m clear me better than many people, and I’m extremely grateful for that and very aware of it. It’s been crazy what the world has been through. “
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