Former Obama Organizer Busted For Child Porn Sues NYC For Back Pay

The former president of the Manhattan Young Democrats and giant pedophile Jacob Schwartz is suing New York City for pack pay, claiming that he was unfairly compensated for overtime. 

Schwartz, 31, recently pleaded guilty to possessing a large trove of child porn on his laptop, according to Fox News. The former Department of Design and Construction employee was arrested in 2017 after police found over 3,000 images of child pornography and 89 videos. Some of the victims were as young as 6 months old. 

Schwartz is demanding $18,000 – claiming that for the two years he was working for the city at $66,000 per year he was usually paid “comp time” instead of time and a half when working over 40 hours in a week. 

For a time, Schwartz was a rising star in Democrat circles – rubbing elbows with and promoting Hillary’s campaign manager Robby Mook. From a now-deleted biography of Schwartz from the Manhattan Young Democrats. 

Jacob was born and raised in the heart of Greenwich Village, and was involved in political organizing from a young age. Some of his oldest memories are handing out leaflets for his father, as he campaigned for District Leader. More recently, he helped start the New Democratic Alliance in New York City, and, in 2012, worked for the Obama campaign as a Field Organizer in the Lehigh Valley

Robby Mook (left), Jacob Schwartz

The lawsuit was filed in Manhattan Federal Court by his father, prominent attorney Arthur Schwartz – described by the New York Post as a “politically connected labor lawyer.” The elder Schwartz served as council to Bernie Sanders during the 2016 election. He was also a delegate during Barack Obama’s 2008 run for president. Schwartz has also represented SEIU, several unions, and served as general council to ACORN from March of 2009 to October 2010.

He referred to his son’s arrest as a “personal tragedy,” telling the New York Post

They owed him money and he tried for two years to get paid,” the elder Schwartz told the New York Post

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Author: Tyler Durden

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