The Constitution specifies "two thirds of Senators present concur," not two thirds of the Senate. That means a treaty can be ratified legally with 34 votes. You either know better and are lying, or you are a clueless idiot, or you haven't read the Constitution (which fits). Take your pick.
Treaties have been ratified by voice vote with no record of a quorum, no committee vote, and no recorded vote.
So if the treaty makes it out of committee and onto the floor, what will the vote totals be?