Ukraine is fighting much harder and better than most imagined possible.
Five days into the battle, Russia has still failed to win the air, something that Putin was clearly relying upon.
This has resulted in far more considerable casualties and equipment loss than Putin could have ever imagined, and it is starting to wear thin.
According to reports, Putin has now deployed 75 percent of all combat assets to Ukraine.
Even so, the resistance stands firm and Russia is taking massive casualties.
Perhaps that is why Putin issued a nuclear alert this weekend, an alert that sent a shockwave around the globe.
An official stated, “Certainly they have been slowed and they have been frustrated by their lack of progress on Kyiv.
This will more than likely result in a “reevaluation of their tactics and the potential for them to be more aggressive of their targeting of Kyiv.”
Ukraine is not holding anything back right now, with one official stating, “They’re using pretty much everything that they have in their arsenal from small arms all the way up to surface-to-air missiles.”
The problem, of course, is that Ukraine could run out and is in dire need of more military supplies.
General Keane takes a deeper look at these events…
General Kellogg also chimed in during a recent segment of “Outnumbered.”
At some point, Putin will have to ask himself, is this really worth it.
He is not only losing troops and equipment, but he is also stretching himself out very thin regarding military assets and showing that Russia is far more vulnerable than anyone had imagined.
Even if Putin eventually takes Ukraine, he has proven that Russia is hardly the threat everyone imagined to this point.
Were it not for nuclear weapons, Russia itself would be ripe for its enemies to attack right now.
Source: Fox News