The accused US Capitol rioter dubbed the “QAnon Shaman” has issued a mea culpa, saying he regrets storming the citadel of democracy.
Jacob Chansley — who wore a furry headdress, horns and face paint during the Jan. 6 insurrection — said through his attorney Al Watkins that he has reevaluated his life since being jailed for over a month.
He asked people to “be patient with me and other peaceful people who, like me, are having a very difficult time piecing together all that happened to us, around us, and by us.
“We are good people who care deeply about our country,” he added.
Watkins — who unsuccessfully sought a pardon for Chansley from then-President Donald Trump — said the Senate also didn’t take up his offer to have the notorious “shaman” testify on how he was allegedly incited by the former commander-in-chief.