For a lot of Americans, the nasty partisan divisiveness of the 2016 presidential race has understandably been, well, anything but appetizing. But it turns out there’s hope for a political party that almost every American can easily get behind: the Pizza Party. Really.
As explained in a report by The Enterprise, a 42-year-old Massachusetts man named Josh Freeman founded the Pizza Party, a political designation that’s officially recognized by state election officials and boasts almost 200 registered voters since 2011. Seriously, it's even listed among the official political designations on the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' website.
“We believe in cheese pizza as the principle,” Freeman told the paper. “(You) can add pepperoni, mushrooms and onions.”