Following the release of a classified intelligence report from the United States, many of our assumptions have been validated.
Several reports have circulated regarding Russian President Vladimir Putin's health and the severity of his illness.
We previously reported that Vladimir Putin underwent surgery a few months ago, however the nature of surgery was unclear. One of the things we heard was that the surgery was for cancer, which turned out to be true.
In fact, Putin apparently still has cancer and according to the recent intelligence report, it is advanced cancer.
According to The Daily Wire,
Photos of Putin consistently sitting at the end of an extremely long table with the others at the meeting at the other end of the table have led to speculation regarding Putin’s health.
The DNI official pointed to the recent meeting Putin had with French leader Emanuel Macron: “There was no shaking of hands, no warm embrace, and we noticed that.”
A photo of Putin not sitting upright in his chair while gripping the table with his hand during a meeting with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu in late April contributed to speculation that Putin was suffering from Parkinson’s disease.
“The May 9 ‘Victory Day’ appearance was next, where a noticeably bloated Russian leader sat slumped,” Newsweek noted, adding, “Three days later, Ukraine’s head of intelligence Maj. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov told U.K. Sky News that Putin was in a ‘very bad psychological and physical condition and he is very sick.’”
Putin is sick and dying, but we have no idea who will replace him and if he'll be better or worse than Putin.
Something that was really interesting in the report is that there was actually an assassination attempt on Putin not long after he invaded Ukraine.
The New York Post reported,
Russian President Vladimir Putin survived an assassination attempt two months ago, a top Ukrainian military official said Monday.
Maj. Gen. Kyrylo Budanov, chief of the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine, said an “unsuccessful attempt” on the Russian strongman’s life occurred in Caucasus shortly after Russia invaded the nation on Feb. 24, Ukrainska Pravda reported.
“There was an attempt to assassinate Putin,” Budanov told the outlet. “He was even attacked, it is said, by representatives of the Caucasus, not so long ago.”