Democrat Senator Whines About Losing 60-Vote Threshold, Backfires Big Time

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Sen. Michael Bennet (D-CO) whined Thursday night that if the Senate still had its 60-vote threshold that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh would not be confirmed to the nation's highest court.

"If we still had a 60-vote threshold, it’s hard to imagine the Senate moving forward with Kavanaugh’s nomination w/o disclosing his full record," Bennet wrote on Twitter. "Without giving the minority time to review that record. Without a thorough & complete FBI investigation that interviewed all witnesses."

Bennet helped lead the campaign to kill the judicial filibuster in 2013 which then-Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid praised:

Senate Democrats passed the historic change to the chamber's rules to push through Obama's executive nominees and judicial nominees by doing away with filibusters for those appointments.

Numerous Twitter accounts slammed Bennet, who pushed for the change, over his deceptive tweet:

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