House Republicans have"‘truly lost their minds" Senate Majority Leader Harry ReidHarry ReidThe Memo: Trump pulls off a stone-cold stunner The Memo: Ending DACA a risky move for Trump Manchin pressed from both sides in reelection fight MORE (D-Nev.) said Wednesday.

Reid offered his observation in the context of Thursday's House vote to repeal ObamaCare, the 37th time the lower chamber will vote to repeal, defund or dismantle the law and the third full repeal vote in the last two Congress's, according to Healthwatch. 

“Albert Einstein defined insanity as follows: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results,” Reid said Wednesday. “If his definition is true — and I won’t argue with Einstein — then House Republicans have truly lost their minds.”

“For 37th time they’re voting to repeal a landmark, constitutional healthcare law, known as ObamaCare,” Reid said. “The House will waste yet another week on a dead end repeal vote. Perhaps they think the 37th time is the charm.”

Reid said the House “political kabuki” has wasted millions of dollars by holding the votes. He said the House’s new attempt is “doomed to fail” just like the others, and added that the only reason Speaker John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerSpeculation mounts, but Ryan’s job seen as safe Boehner warns Trump: Don't pull out of Korea-US trade deal GOP Rep: Ryan wasting taxpayers dollars by blocking war authorization debate MORE (R-Ohio) was holding the vote yet again was because he was being “bullied” by Tea Party freshmen.

“Although the vote might be political theater, it will serve a purpose,” Reid said. “The American people will see where the House freshmen stand.”

Reid listed the number of benefits — such as insurance coverage for people with preexisting conditions, allowing those younger than 26 to stay on their parents’ plans, and better preventative care for women — saying Republicans would “erase those gains” if their repeal succeeded.

Republicans argue that the healthcare law will harm the economy and increase unemployment because of mandates in the law.

GOP leaders in the House have been under pressure to hold another repeal vote from their rank-and-file membership.