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Its Twitter account cast them as patriots who were “largely motivated by a sincere and deep love for America,” and it blamed the media for being too sensational about it.
TUCKER CARLSON STANDS UP FOR QANON SUPPORTERSAARON BLAKEJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Again, our sincere thanks to all of our readers, advertisers, and supporters for helping us to navigate this painful year.
SURVIVING A YEAR LIKE NO OTHERKEVIN NAFFDECEMBER 30, 2020WASHINGTON BLADE
It was a sincere thank-you that acknowledged my contribution and the impact it had on her.
BOSSES ARE EXPRESSING GRATITUDE ALL WRONG. 7 BETTER WAYS TO BE THANKFUL THIS HOLIDAY SEASONMITRA KALITADECEMBER 16, 2020FORTUNE
In a letter to His Holiness Pope Francis, she argued that “there were sincere, powerful leaders in finance and in business who really believed the system needed reform.”
TOWARDS A CAPITALISM THAT BETTER SERVES SOCIETYALAN MURRAYDECEMBER 8, 2020FORTUNE
For all I know, he could’ve been humoring me, but he seemed sincere.
A SOUTH DAKOTA STORY: ANDREW JACKSON, INDIAN KILLEREUGENE ROBINSONNOVEMBER 26, 2020OZY
She trusted herself to the loneliness here, and to the honour of men, from a like irreflective sincereness.
DIANA OF THE CROSSWAYS, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
He sees in time little else; his very sincereness twists him awry.
THE CELT AND SAXON, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH

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