U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet can’t keep his positions straight when it comes to the filibuster —supporting it when it suits him, opposing the filibuster when it does not.

As the Senate is now evenly split 50-50 with Vice President Harris as the tie-breaking vote giving Democrats control, Bennet opposes the filibuster because it requires two-thirds of a vote to break the filibuster and pass a bill.

And yet, when the Dems manipulate the rules in order to bypass the filibuster and still can’t get 51 votes to pass a massive bill stuffed with social welfare and other pork, they cry and complain that’s not fair, either.

Democrat U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin of West “By God” Virginia should not have the power of one vote to block their bill, they try and argue.

And yet, there are 50 Republicans who also oppose the bill, which is now on a track to failure because it can’t get 51 votes to pass.

Joe Biden made a campaign promise that if elected, he would work across party lines to get important legislation passed on a bipartisan vote.

And yet, the only senators whom Biden has negotiated with on this bill are Democrats.

Instead of trying to rig the rules to pass bad bills, Democrats might considering writing legislation that is actually worth supporting.