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U.S. Intel Report Reveals Massive Bombshell About Putin’s Health

A brand new classified U.S. intelligence report has stated that Russian President Vladimir Putin underwent treatment for advanced cancer back in April of this year.

The report also reveals that there was an assassination attempt made on Putin’s life in March, not long after he launched his country’s invasion of Ukraine toward the end of February.

“Putin’s grip is strong but no longer absolute,” one of three intelligence officers from three different intelligence agencies who examined the report went on to tell Newsweek. “The jockeying inside the Kremlin has never been more intense during his rule, everyone sensing that the end is near.”

“One official came from the office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI), one served as a senior officer for the Air Force, and one came from the Defense Intelligence Agency,” the Daily Wire reported.

“What we know is that there is an iceberg out there, albeit one covered in fog,” the DNI officer went on to say.

The DIA officer then stated, “One source of our best intelligence, which is contact with outsiders, largely dried up as a result of the Ukraine war. Putin has had few meetings with foreign leaders. … Putin’s isolation has thus increased levels of speculation.”

“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 Daily Wire report said.

The official with the DNI then noted that during the recent meeting that Putin conducted 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 report continued.

“The May 9 ‘Victory Day’ appearance was next, where a noticeably bloated Russian leader sat slumped,” Newsweek went on to say in its report, 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.’”

“Is Putin sick? Absolutely,” the senior Air Force leader stated emphatically. “But we shouldn’t let waiting for his death drive proactive actions on our part. A power vacuum after Putin could be very dangerous for the world.”

“Even if they agree that the intelligence [that Putin is dying] is reliable,” the senior DNI leader stated in the report, “they can’t bank on an expiration date nor signal their support for a Russia without Putin.”

“Both President Biden and Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin have let slip their desire not only for regime change but also the fall of Russia, and both have since walked back their indelicate statements,” the report continued.

“A nuclear-armed Russia is still a nuclear-armed Russia, whether Putin is strong or weak, in or out, and not wanting to provoke him or his potential successor into thinking we are hell bent on their destruction is an important part of continued strategic stability,” the DNI official remarked.

The DIA leader then argued that in some ways, “Putin being sick or dying is good for the world, not just because of the future of Russia or ending the Ukraine war, but in diminishing the mad man threat of nuclear war.”

Here are more details from the Daily Wire report:

Last week, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov denied that Putin was seriously ill, saying, “You know, President Putin appears in public every day. You can see him on the screens, read his speeches, listen to his speeches. I don’t think sane people can discern any sort of symptom of disease in this man.”

“Putin is definitely sick … whether he’s going to die soon is mere speculation,” the DIA official concluded. “Still, we shouldn’t rest assured. We shouldn’t answer our own mail, if you will, believing only the intelligence that affirms our own desired outcome. He’s still dangerous, and chaos does lie ahead if he does die. We need to focus on that. Be ready.”

If this is accurate, it’s huge news. It might also provide a bit of an explanation for the aggressive actions that Putin has been taking since the beginning of the year. He’s always wanted to recreate the Soviet Union and Ukraine is a critical part of that mission.

Perhaps he’s been inspired by his shortened time on earth to move fast to accomplish that mission before he croaks?

This story syndicated with permission from Chad Prather