Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill touted their first 100 days holding the majority in the U.S. House of Representatives on Monday and criticized President Joe Biden and other prominent Democrats for lagging behind.

"One thing that is abundantly clear is that the people's House is a productive House again," Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) said. "The first thing we did was make sure members showed up to work, no longer stayed at home … We hit the ground running on delivering the commitment to America, and the numbers just speak for themselves."

McCarthy praised his party for creating the Select Committee on China, blocking the sale of oil from the strategic oil reserve to China, officially ending the COVID-19 pandemic, passing an anti-ESG bill, which President Joe Biden vetoed in March, and passing the Lower Energy Cost Act, which was the first bill passed by the House this year.

"If you compare us to the Senate, they've had 100 days too," McCarthy outlined. "If you compare the number of bills that have been signed into law between the last Congress when Democrats controlled the House, Senate and the presidency, more bills have been signed into law in this Congress than the last even though we have divided government."

McCarthy accused Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) of passing bills in the Senate that are unsubstantial compared to the bills that have passed the GOP-dominated House. 

"The House has passed the Parents Bill of Rights to give the parents a say in their kids' education," McCarthy said. "But Senator Schumer did find the time to pass a non-binding resolution designating March 1 as National Assistive Technology Awareness Day, and the list goes on and on."

McCarthy also vowed to support the Protection of Women and Girls in Sports Act, which would keep biological men from competing in women's sports and pass a debt ceiling.

Several members of the Alabama delegation shared the update on their Twitter accounts, including U.S. Reps. Dale Strong (R-Huntsville) and Gary Palmer (R-Hoover).

"I promise to defend national security, support economic development in North Alabama, and promote strong conservative values. While we have had a successful first 100 days, there is no time to let off the gas pedal. I assure you, our finest days are still ahead," Strong said in a statement.  

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