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No Joke: Leftists Call Model Supporting Trump a Nazi...Ignore Fact That She's Jewish

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How indiscriminately is the left using the word “Nazi” against supporters of Donald Trump?

Indiscriminately enough that they’re using that epithet against a Jewish model.

Yes, according to The Washington Free Beacon, 23-year-old Elizabeth Pipko worked for Donald Trump’s campaign back in 2016. She didn’t tell anybody because she thought that the fashion community might not be, ahem, understanding.

She was right: “Last month she came out as pro-Trump, and she’s already being called a Nazi,” The Beacon reported.

Yes, that’s right. She’s a member of a religion that the Nazis targeted with genocide and she’s still a Nazi. That’s where we are now.

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The coming-out was in the most public of venues: the pages of the New York Post.

“I decided to volunteer for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign in the spring of 2016. I never leaned liberal or conservative, but there was something about Trump — the way he spoke and his honesty — that had me convinced he was our next president,” she wrote in a piece published Jan. 26.

Are you glad Elizabeth is standing up for her beliefs?

“I worked in a call center in Trump Tower. Within eight weeks, I was hired as a national volunteer services coordinator for the data team and paid $4,000 a month.

“It was clear from the start that, if I wanted to survive in modeling, I couldn’t tell anyone about my new job,” she continued.

“Once, after working a 10-hour-day on the Trump campaign, I went to meet with my manager (who was not affiliated with a modeling agency). He and a colleague were enraged, screaming about how much they hate Trump. My manager kept saying how evil the people who work for him must be and that he would never work with anyone who supported him.”

So she decided to tell people that she was coaching figure skating. Now that the world knows the truth, though, it’s high time for the invective to begin.

“Since admitting my support for the president and my work for the 2016 Trump campaign, I have been the target of some extremely inappropriate comments and insults,” the model told The Daily Wire.

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“The words that people are using to address me are words that should never be used to speak to anyone, but more importantly, words that should never be used to attack someone simply because of their political beliefs.”

Those comments, she said, included being called a “Nazi.”

“I am extremely proud to be an American and to live in a country where we are free to believe in anything that we choose, and the fact that people are now using people’s political affiliations as a base for their disgusting attacks is extremely worrisome for the future of our country,” she said.

 

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This is hardly a surprise, unfortunately. Take when the president gave his speech offering concessions to Democrats during the shutdown impasse. In an appearance on MSNBC, podcaster Fernand Amandi said it was “a successful 100 percent note-for-note recreation of 1933 Nazi Germany in the tone and the rhetoric and the language of that speech.”

Rep. Hank Johnson — the Georgia Democrat who once thought that the island of Guam might tip over because of too many servicemembers stationed there — said of the president, “Much like Hitler took over the Nazi Party, Trump has taken over the Republican Party.”

Pipko may have lost modeling gigs and been subject to abuse, but at the very least, things seemed to have turned out all right otherwise. She’s married to someone she met on the 2016 Trump team — he’s working on the re-election campaign — and got married at Mar-a-Lago. She even wore a MAGA cap:

 

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Happy endings aside, this represents the ultimate problem with the “Nazi” insult. When it gets flung around indiscriminately, it doesn’t just get flung at the president. It’ll never end there. After all, if you follow a Nazi, you yourself are a Nazi.

Even if you’re Jewish. Even if you’re someone the Nazis wanted to rid the world of. That’s how rabid the left is now.

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C. Douglas Golden is a writer who splits his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he's written for Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014.
C. Douglas Golden is a writer who splits his time between the United States and Southeast Asia. Specializing in political commentary and world affairs, he's written for Conservative Tribune and The Western Journal since 2014. Aside from politics, he enjoys spending time with his wife, literature (especially British comic novels and modern Japanese lit), indie rock, coffee, Formula One and football (of both American and world varieties).
Birthplace
Morristown, New Jersey
Education
Catholic University of America
Languages Spoken
English, Spanish
Topics of Expertise
American Politics, World Politics, Culture




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