Another Twitter user pointed to the movement as a sign of possible impairment on Putin’s part. “Whether restless or medical, it’s not normal behavior on world stage,” the tweet said. Putin’s feet circled and moved in the recording. Multiple media reports said he appeared to have restless legs in movements that one might associate with restless leg syndrome.
Putin’s feet during his meeting with Lukashenko.Is this Morse code? pic.twitter.com/eRmvSBDQOn — Anton Gerashchenko (@Gerashchenko_en) February 17, 2023
Putin’s physical and mental health have been the subject of speculation before. The warmongering leader has been seen grasping tables, behavior that his critics has suggested is a sign of an impairment — without hard proof.
For those saying it’s edited video, here is original. Whether restless or medical, it’s not normal behavior on world stage. 7 years cared for father that died with Parkinson’s. I can attest it looks like later early stages, but you be the judge. pic.twitter.com/TUtnvyFZVG— Adin of Crimea (@AdinOfCrimea) February 17, 2023
Putin appeared shaky and restless in a meeting with Lukashenko last year. Belarus is an ally of Russia. Unverified reports have described Putin as suffering from Parkinson’s disease and cancer. Some claims from purported Kremlin insiders describe Putin as a seriously ill man prone to defecating in his pants. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Putin is hailing Russia’s “liberation” of Mariupol after his forces completely destroyed during a two-month siege.He told defense minister Sergei Shoigu to block off the Azovstal metallurgical plant, where the last Ukrainian troops are holed up, “so that a fly can’t get in.” pic.twitter.com/g2lNd44qXF — max seddon (@maxseddon) April 21, 2022