Rep. Alan GraysonAlan Mark GraysonDeSantis tops Crist, Fried in poll of Florida governor race Florida Rep. Val Demings officially enters Senate race against Rubio Demings raises Democrats' hopes in uphill fight to defeat Rubio MORE (D-Fla.) accused the Senate of concentrating on "mostly with renaming post offices" and not taking up key bills pushed through the House.

"The House could be back in session for every day from now until the end of time," Grayson said Friday evening on MSNBC's "The Ed Show." "It doesn't make a difference if the Republicans in the Senate are blocking everything that they can."

"At this point, if you put a cure for cancer up in the Senate, it would get filibusters," he said.

Grayson said that regardless of the blockage that the House would keep working when it returns in September.