Donald Trump all but swept Super Tuesday primaries and continues to prove himself to be the most Teflon-y Teflon man ever to run for President. Just as South Carolina Republicans picked Trump less than 24 hours after discussion of pigs blood soaked bullets, Super Tuesday voters chose Trump less than 24 hours after David Duke's white supremacist endorsement, which Trump then took days to disavow. In the same week, Trump also quoted and defended Mussolini and got a thumbs up from another squirrely character (no, we’re not talking about Chris Christie), the Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. While the word “Trump” is being chanted by some particularly bigoted citizens to incite fear, it looks like the Republican establishment is finally in full scale panic. Notable GOP adults Joe Scarborough, Speaker Paul Ryan, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Mitt Romney and Sen. John McCain all condemned Trump this week. While we wish we could only offer praise to the Republicans finally speaking up about this guy, it’s a bit concerning that it took the Ku Klux Klan to get them to do it, and that the voters don’t seem to mind.