ALERT: Medics Rush To Putin’s Bedside

(Patriot Insider) – A new report from the Western Journal has revealed that Russian President Vladimir Putin suffered some sort of severe health problem around one in the morning on Saturday, according to a channel on Telegram that claims it keeps up with the health of the country’s leader.

We’ve been hearing a number of rumors for months now concerning Putin’s health, essentially ever since the invasion of Ukraine back in February. This new report seems to fit in with the trend, if it is true.

The General SVR Channel stated that Putin, 69, suffered from “severe nausea,” according to a report that was published by the Daily Mail.

The report revealed Putin had medical personnel immediately rushed to his bedside.

“Putin on the night of Friday July 22 to Saturday July 23 needed urgent medical care,” the General SVR Channel went on to say, according to the report published by the Daily Mail.

“At about 1 a.m., the medical workers on duty at [his] residence were summoned to the president. Putin complained of severe nausea,” the report continued.

“Twenty minutes later, an additional team of doctors with the president’s attending physicians was called,” it added.

“It is known that doctors provided assistance and were near Putin for three hours, and after the president’s condition improved, they left his chambers,” the report stated concerning the incident.

Valery Solovey, a Russian political scientist, has been making claims that Putin is in poor health for a rather long time.

“The Americans, the CIA particularly, have information on the real state of health of the Russian president. They definitely know that he has serious troubles, including mental ones,” Solovey detailed, according to the Daily Mail report.

However, there are other speculations floating around about the health of Russia’s president that are in contrast to what Solovey says.

“According to the BBC, William Burns, the director of the CIA, said last weekend that Putin is healthy — ‘too healthy,’ in fact — and claimed there is no intelligence that the Russian leader’s health is in bad shape,” the Western Journal reported.

And, of course, the Kremlin also made a statement concerning rumors of Putin’s health.

“In recent months, Ukrainian, American and British so-called information ‘specialists’ have thrown around various fakes about the health of the president. But it is nothing but fakes,” Putin’s spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, went on to say in a statement on Thursday.

Meanwhile, the General SVR Telegram channel claimed that Putin will not be appearing in televised meetings for the next week.

Rather than make actual appearances, the use of “deep-fake” technology will be employed, or a look-alike will temporarily replace the Russian leader.

This kind of strategy makes perfect sense. Russia desperately wants to maintain an aire of strength on the global stage, particularly while in the middle of a massive military operation in Ukraine. To look weak right now might inspire the forces in Ukraine to take things up a notch.

“Ukrainian spy chief Kyrylo Budanov said that Putin was replaced by a double during his recent visit to Iran, multiple news outlets reported,” the Western Journal said.

“In an interview with Ukraine’s 1+1 news channel, Budanov, the head of Ukraine’s military intelligence agency, commented on video footage of Putin getting off a plane in Tehran, Iran, according to The U.S. Sun,” the report continued.

“Please look at the moment of Putin’s exit from the plane. Is it Putin at all?” he asked.

This isn’t the first time the idea of Putin being replaced by a double has been brought up.

Back in the early part of the 2000s, the Russian president stated that he was offered an opportunity to have a double replace him on a temporary basis, but he claimed he turned down the idea.

However, doubles were often used to take the places of leaders in the country back during the Soviet Union era.

“Leonid Brezhnev, the former General Secretary of the Soviet Union from 1964-1982, is said to have used doubles during his time in office, according to the Daily Mail,” the report stated. “Joseph Stalin, the former General Secretary of the Soviet Union from 1922 to 1953, is also said to have used doubles throughout his reign.”

Two of the doubles who stood in for Stalin actually came forward and stated that they replaced him on several different occasions.

It’ll be interesting to see if Putin himself makes an appearance this week or if someone who looks a whole lot like him comes forward. You can guarantee film footage of any appearances this week will be heavily scrutinized.

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