Russian President Vladimir Putin is either dead, dying, seriously ill, or on the verge of death, and doctors are preparing his loved ones for the worst-case scenario.
Russian President Vladimir Putin’s allegedly sick doctors have no hope for his recovery and are “preparing his loved ones for the worst,” according to a Kremlin source.
According to the Telegram channel SVR General, Putin became ill on Sunday (October 22) after a heart attack. The channel’s users, who claim to publish information obtained from an insider in the Kremlin, often talk about Putin’s allegedly grave condition and sensationalize that his colleague has made all of the dictator’s recent public appearances.
And his colleague may still have a long way to go as head of state after a Kremlin source behind the Telegram channel said doctors treating the real Putin do not expect him to recover. Yesterday, the source said, “Vladimir Putin’s condition has not changed over the past 24 hours and remains stably serious.
” Doctors say there will be no miracle and are preparing loved ones for the worst outcome.” This morning (October 26), it was stated that Putin’s condition had worsened.
” The health condition of Russian President Vladimir Putin has slightly deteriorated over the past 24 hours,” the press service added. ” Watching him, doctors are doing everything possible to stabilize the condition of the head of state but leave no doubt about the outcome.”
Despite these claims, however, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov rushed to deny the rumors earlier this week. Speaking on behalf of Putin, who has not made any public statements for weeks, Peskov said: “This belongs to the category of absurd information hoaxes, which are discussed with enviable persistence by several media outlets – it causes nothing but a smile.”
At the same time, Peskov called the news part of “absurd information hoaxes.” In recent weeks, Putin or his doppelganger has regularly appeared in public but has not spoken out publicly or addressed rumors about his health.
At the same time, the Kremlin has consistently denied that the country’s leader has any problems.