This is profoundly disingenuous. From the founding until the 20th century, every vote on regular bills in the Senate was majority rule. Period. The Senate had plenty of ways to end debate, some of which required less than a majority- like the Chair cutting off a rambling senator.
Manchin on the floor, speaking out against his party’s push to change filibuster rules by a simple majority pic.twitter.com/V9CQzplrw8

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