Lance Armstrong April 9, 2016; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Former cyclist Lance Armstrong in attendance as Gilberto Ramirez fights against Arthur Abraham at MGM Grand Garden Arena. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Star cyclist Lance Armstrong famously lied about doping for decades, threatening harsh legal action against anyone bringing accusations against him, only to have his seven consecutive Tour de France titles stripped from him when he finally confessed to cheating for at least a decade. Now, the prolific cheater is pretending to be concerned about “fairness” in women’s sports.

On Saturday night, Lance Armstrong posted a thread of tweets on Twitter calling for a “spirited debate” about the fairness of transgender women in women’s sports.

“Have we really come to a time and place where spirited debate is not only frowned upon, but feared? Where people’s greatest concern is being fired, shamed or cancelled? As someone all too familiar with this phenomenon, I feel I’m uniquely positioned to have these conversations,” Armstrong said in a tweet on Saturday night.

“Of all the controversial and polarizing subjects out there today, I’m not sure there are any as heated as the topic of Trans athletes in sport.”

Armstrong went on to reveal that he will be rolling out a new show called “The Forward” on Monday where he promises to “dive into this issue with an open mind.”

“Is there not a world in which one can be supportive of the transgender community and curious about the fairness of Trans athletes in sport yet not be labeled a transphobe or a bigot as we ask questions? Do we yet know the answers? And do we even want to know the answers?” Armstrong said in a tweet.

“I do. Hence these conversations… a special series of The Forward, beginning Monday, where I dive into this issue with an open mind in an attempt learn as much as possible from all sides of the debate.”

These words came from one of the most notorious cheaters in the history of sports, so naturally, people weren’t exactly happy about it on Twitter.

It’s safe to say the announcement didn’t go over well for him.

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