MAGA rioter Robert Reeder grew emotional during a plea hearing on Friday, according to NBC 4 Washington reporter Scott MacFarlane.
Reeder -- who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of unlawfully parading, demonstrating and picketing the Capitol -- told the court on Friday that he was remorseful for his actions and called taking part in the riot "the biggest mistake of my life."
"I sincerely apologize for my shameful actions," he said. "I committed unacceptable actions for being there. I know it was really tough for the police… I've always supported the police 110%."
Reeder also went into detail about what a personal toll being arrested for storming the Capitol has taken on him.
"I've lost my job," he said while tearing up, according to MacFarlane. "I'm radioactive. No one wants to hire me. They just have to Google my name." Reeder also said that he's not welcome to serve as a local Boy Scout master and sports coach anymore, and that even his church has told him to stay away and "not be a distraction" for the time being.