How to disable the fzf's Ctrl+T shortcut?

fzf overrides the Bash’s Ctrl+T hotkey (^T), used to swap characters. I want to return to the default Bash functionality.

When the fzf’s keybindings have been enabled (in .bashrc, see the snippet below), hitting Ctrl+T runs find on the system drive and opens the output in fzf.

        # fzf on Fedora
        if [ -x "$(command -v fzf)"  ]
            source /usr/share/fzf/shell/key-bindings.bash

$ sed '17,31!d' /usr/share/fzf/shell/key-bindings.bash
# Key bindings
# ------------
__fzf_select__() {
  local cmd opts
  cmd="${FZF_CTRL_T_COMMAND:-"command find -L . -mindepth 1 \\( -path '*/.*' -o -fstype 'sysfs' -o -fstype 'devfs' -o -fstype 'devtmpfs' -o -fstype 'proc' \\) -prune \
    -o -type f -print \
    -o -type d -print \
    -o -type l -print 2> /dev/null | command cut -b3-"}"
  opts="--height ${FZF_TMUX_HEIGHT:-40%} --bind=ctrl-z:ignore --reverse --scheme=path ${FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS-} ${FZF_CTRL_T_OPTS-} -m"
  eval "$cmd" |
    FZF_DEFAULT_OPTS="$opts" $(__fzfcmd) "$@" |
    while read -r item; do
      printf '%q ' "$item"  # escape special chars

Should I edit the file /usr/share/fzf/shell/key-bindings.bash or is there a safer way to resolve the conflict?

I’m currently running fzf 0.44.1, release 1.fc39.