Russian Head Of State Vladimir Putin, According To A Retired U.S. Lieutenant General, “Has Lost This War”

Photo Source: Putin’s ‘fatal flaw’ is misunderstanding of how the West operates: Kellogg (yahoo.com)

During a Saturday interview on “Fox News Live,” retired Army Lieutenant General Keith Kellogg told presenter John Roberts that he feels Vladimir Putin “has lost this battle,” according to Mediaite.

Few predicted the tenacity of the Ukrainian military or its civilians, and the former general stated that while others may feel Putin is losing, he believes he has lost.

“There’s an ancient proverb, it’s not the size of the dog in the battle that counts, and you’re sitting there with Ukraine, and with Ukraine fighting and Zelenskyy’s leadership,” the former general remarked.

“There’s an ancient proverb, it’s not the size of the dog in the battle that counts, and you’re sitting there with Ukraine, and with Ukraine fighting and Zelenskyy’s leadership,” the former general remarked.

“I believe Putin is losing.” Russia, in my opinion, is losing. He’s pitted his first-line forces against Ukrainians, and they’re crushing him. And the heart they’re displaying is tremendous.

And it is for this reason that the entire globe has gathered there. They are aware of what they are doing. They’re battling for their country, and they see President Zelenskyy rise up and declare, ‘I don’t need a ride.’ “I need ammunition,” he explained.

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“He may throw a lot more forces at it, and he may take the city of Kyiv that that is entirely possible just by sheer numbers. But the occupation of that country, now, they will fight back.” the general stated.

“There will be an insurgency. We could help that as well. And I think if the Soviet Union thought Afghanistan was bad, well, Putin, better look at Ukraine because it’s going to be a real hornet’s nest for him,” the general said.

“And I will tell you right now, I think he’s lost his war. And it’s stunning to me because I don’t think anybody thought that.” the general added.

“I thought when I looked at the forces, the numbers that he had his first-line units, one hundred and seventy thousand, all of his air throwing them against Ukraine, and they’re standing up to him. I think the world is just stunned by it, and I’m glad everybody’s pushing back,” the general added. Yet Putin may be aware of this, since he began making overt statements about it yesterday.

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