The debate over strong-arming away the ballot boxes is over for now, the so called infrastructure talks are still dragging on, and the evil (only when dems are in power) filibuster isn't going anywhere. Democrats seem lost about what to do next, except tear their hair out and point fingers at each other. Convinced just months ago they finally had the country firmly in their socialist's grasp, even with the media carrying their feces dems are now in pillow biting mode and privately said to be entertaining the possibility they may get slaughtered in mid-terms.
The party's strategies have hinged on getting the big parts of 46* agenda passed before the 2022 election, after which it might be too late. So confident they were, there doesn't seem to be much of a Plan B.
Plan A -- passing dramatic power grabbing legislation like climate change and emptying the national treasury
in the name of compassion to buy voter loyalty depended on eliminating, or at least weakening, the filibuster. Just to repeat the obvious: Democrats have just 50 votes and Kamala Harris' tie-breaker vote in the 100-member Senate; it takes 60 votes to overcome a filibuster. Stymied by rules, democrats can't ram down the throats of America their bold and innovative cancerous racial tinged anti-capitalist agenda. And it is also worth noting Republicans also hold a majority of state legislatures and governorships.
There's always a danger when commenting on politics to believe that the way things are now is the way they will always be. But it's also the case that the democrat's contingent of disturbed anti-Semitic, anti-White radicals pushing far left wing agendas, coming redistricting, and growing minority vote for Republicans scare the shit out of dem who face a future with an ever-narrower path to power.