Definition of pork-chopper in English:

pork-chopper

Pronunciation /ˌpɔːk ˈtʃɒpə/

noun

slang US
  • A full-time union official, especially one whose position is a sinecure, or who uses it for personal profit, benefit, or advantage.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in The Oakland Tribune. Apparently from pork chop + -er, perhaps punningly after pork.