It is of my knowledge that if a single node reaches 33%+ of the online voting weight and decides to stop voting but keeps the connection open to other peers that the network would not confirm blocks anyone.
I also understand that the consensus was modified to 67% to prevent forks being confirmed due to desynchronized nodes during the clearing of the spam backlog.
As of now Binance has ~29% of the total voting weight.
Having final votes enabled prevents the network from assuming consensus on forks based on net topography already.
I propose we release 22.2 with 50%+1 of the online voting weight to reach consensus again and keep final votes enabled unconditionally. The lower consensus with final votes flipping remote or badly peered nodes would make the network faster without sacrificing security but also prevent a possible attack from big players like Binance.