'Ticked off' Republicans vote against Marjorie Taylor Greene after third attempt to adjourn House
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A number of Republicans crossed the aisle on Wednesday to side with Democrats after Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) forced a third vote on adjourning the U.S. House of Representatives.

In a protest on Wednesday, Greene called for the House to be adjourned, forcing members to return to the chamber to cast votes for the third time in the span of several days.

Washington Post correspondent Paul Kane noted that Republicans are getting "ticked off" at the repeated stunts.

According to Kane, all Republicans voted with Greene on her first attempt to adjourn the House. But by the third vote on Wednesday, at least 18 Republican lawmakers had defected.

"She's increasingly irritating folks in her own conference," Kane explained. "Which, of course, she is fine with doing, she doesn't care."