REPORT: Putin Fires Eight Generals in Tirade

Reports are now surfacing that Vladimir Putin has had a significant leadership change atop the food chain of his army.

He has fired as many as eight generals due to the poor performances of his troops.

The firings were first brought to light by Ukraine Defense Secretary Oleksiy Danilov.

You’re Fired

Russia has taken severe losses during this campaign against Ukraine.

The losses have been far more than most thought would be even possible.

An invasion that was supposed to take days to complete has now gone on for two weeks.

Ukraine continues to hold against all odds, with Russians now surrounding Kyiv and attacking multiple fronts.

Some of the most significant resistance that Russia has faced is in suburban warfare using guerilla tactics.

By all reports, Putin’s men are getting slaughtered in these situations, completely unprepared in this specific type of battle.

Danilov stated, “[The enemy] had about 8 generals removed from their posts because they did not complete the task.

“New ones have been appointed.

“We clearly understand what is happening in the Russian Federation.

“What’s more, I can tell they’re desperate.”

High-level Russian prisoners have been paraded before the media, casting even more doubt regarding the professionalism of Putin’s troops.

One report on Putin stated, “He is in a state of being offended and insulted.

“It’s paranoia that has reached the point of absurdity.”

This very well could be why we are seeing the use of illegal weapons; this is pure desperation Putin’s part to end this war at all costs with victory.

Meanwhile, with an imminent loss on the horizon, Ukraine defies the odds and holds on.

Source: New York Post


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