Doctors rushed to see Putin after the bully suffered “coughing fit and chest pains” before the speech, a Kremlin insider claims

Vladimir Putin’s doctors were rushed to his side after the Russian president suffered from “coughing fits” and “chest pain” just before his big speech, Kremlin sources have claimed.

Putin today announced the mobilization of Russian forces in a shocking announcement that could result in some 300,000 reservists being called to the front lines in Ukraine.

Vladimir Putin reportedly fell ill shortly before today's speech


Vladimir Putin reportedly fell ill shortly before today’s speechPhoto credit: Universal News & Sports

Telegram channel General SVR, which claims to be run by Kremlin insiders, wrote that Vlad fell ill shortly before his speech.

“When the President came out and began preparing for filming, he began coughing frequently,” the post reads.

“Several attempts to start recording an appeal failed because of coughing.

“After the fourth unsuccessful attempt to record an appeal, doctors were called to the president, to whom Putin also complained of chest pains.

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“Doctors advised postponing the shooting and taking them to the check-up, which was done.”

In the non-independently verifiable post, the alleged Kremlin insider hinted that the Russian tyrant may have faked a health issue to delay the announcement and buy himself more time.

Vlad was originally scheduled to speak last night, but his scheduled speech was not carried out on Tuesday, with no explanation from the Kremlin.

“People close to the President know of his pathological indecisiveness and uncertainty when making decisions, particularly key ones,” the Post continued.

It comes as Putin’s close ally has launched a full-scale attack on Britain and is threatening to unleash Russia’s devastating nuclear arsenal on Western targets, including London.

Sergei Markov, a former member of the Russian Duma and a close adviser to Putin, blamed the escalating tensions in Ukraine on the actions of Britain and the US.

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Markov reiterated Putin’s threats to use both tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine and broader nuclear strikes on Western targets, including Britain.

He also bizarrely denied that Russia had invaded Ukraine, instead saying they were “liberating” the country from “neo-Nazi” groups and Western forces that were using Ukrainian soldiers as “slaves.”

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“Everyone in the world is thinking about nuclear war now,” he said, “and that’s because of the insane actions of President Joe Biden and British Prime Ministers Boris Johnson and Liz Truss.”

Markov insisted that “Russia doesn’t want everyone in the world to die,” yet warned that Britain is threatening itself if it continues to be an “aggressor” against Russia.

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