Listen to “Horror in Pittsburgh, Elusive Young Voters, Twitter Solves Internet Hate” on Spreaker.

Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America recoil in horror as an avowed neo-Nazi opens fire in a Pittsburgh-area synagogue, killing eleven people and wounding others because he thought all Jews needed to die.  They also discuss the liberal insistence that this is the year young voters really show up at the polls, but early voting does not suggest that’s happening.  And they roll their eyes as Twitter considers scrapping the “like” button to stop hateful messages from going viral.  They also react in very different ways following the Bears’ win over the Jets on Sunday.

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