They’ll pass things by concensus. If something has no objections raised, then they can deem it passed.
I think thats how it works. probably.
Is this a new process DeMint is talking about or an existing one?
If they have a process where legislation is pending and a time frame for objections exists. And that's clearly communicated to both members of the house and the public. Then that's not secret.
And you could conceivably say the absence of objections in a reasonable time frame is itself a consensus vote.