Since the House voted last month to strip firebrand freshman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of her committee assignments, she has found another way to make a statement: make a motion to adjourn on the House floor.
Greene has used the floor tool three times in the last two weeks, unexpectedly forcing members to vote, delaying House consideration of bills, and disrupting her colleagues’ days.
“She’s doing her committee work,” Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan told the Washington Examiner with a laugh. “You see what the Democrats are doing, you’d love to adjourn and not let these kind-of-crazy bills pass. She’s doing the Lord’s work.”