If you've been caught cheating, you're probably in one of two camps — you're either really embarrassed and shameful, or you're pissed you've been found out and now you can't cheat anymore!
Anybody who ever thought Lance Armstrong was in the first camp was fooled by his early interviews, because according to a brand new set of responses from him, he's really really into throwing people under the bus and shifting blame because he saved the sport and did what he had to do! Or something like that!
Honestly, it's all so offensive that we have a hard time believing he'd choose to act like this after everything! Here's what he said about those who cheated alongside him and helped him on his cheating ways:
“I have no loyalty toward them. In the proper forum I’ll tell everyone what they want to know. I’m not going to lie to protect these guys. I hate them. They threw me under the bus.”
Specifically he's talking about former International Cycling Union president Hein Verbruggen. Hein is allegedly behind a cover-up, the same cover-up that hid his doping in the Tour-de-France in 1999. Even MORE specifically he's talking about backdating prescriptions for saddle sore cream.
BUT IT SAVED THE SPORT, HE'S A HERO, he says:
“The real problem was, the sport was on life support. And Hein just said, `This is a real problem for me; this is the knockout punch for our sport … so we’ve got to come up with something.’ So we backdated the prescription.”
What's the point of saving a sport if you're going to taint and mar it in the end?
Your excuses justify nothing! And to think we gave you the benefit of the doubt for SO LONG.
It'll make a great movie, tho!!