US Missiles Delivery to Ukraine Sparks Panic Among Putin Propagandist

Fearing for her life, a Russian propagandist known as the “Iron Doll of Putin TV” is alarmed about U.S. long-range missile deliveries to Ukraine.

According to U.S. military sources, President Joe Biden covertly approved the transport of several Army Tactical Missile Systems (ATACMS) from Ukraine in February, just before a $300 million assistance package was unveiled in mid-March, according to Wednesday’s announcement.

A video of Olga Skabeeva and her “experts” discussing the possible consequences of these sophisticated weapons’ recent targeting of Russia and areas under Russian occupation has gone viral on social media.

Skabeeva described the missile’s 300-kilometer range, saying it can reach places and cities such as Kursk, Bryansk, Belgorod, Voronezh, Lipetsk, Orel, Donetsk, Luhansk, Sevastopol, and Rostov-on-Don. In the presence of worried specialists, she said that this is a huge part of her country that is now within the reach of Ukrainians.

Despite American sources suggesting that the weapons would only arrive by the end of the week, Skabeeva suggested that the ATACMS may already be in Ukraine. She said every time, before making an announcement, the United States often sends military supplies to Ukraine.

A more oversized cargo of long-range missiles and a variety of much-needed military equipment will be sent shortly.

Even though the U.S. Ukraine assistance package did not legally begin delivering to Kyiv until Biden signed it into law on Wednesday, Skabeyeva continued by implying that all weaponry had already been sent.

Since attacks on Russia-occupied portions of Ukraine damaged two Russian military sites and many helicopters in October 2023, Ukraine has been using a shorter-range cluster form of ATACMS.

The most recent deliveries of long-range missiles, which are fired from HIMARS rocket systems provided by the United States, may reach targets around 186 miles away.

In recent statements to the Associated Press, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Christopher Grady said that Ukraine will use long-range missiles to attack Russian locations further from the front lines. Grady praised the decision to deliver the weaponry to Kyiv, saying it was well-considered.

Reuters reports that the Kremlin implied on Wednesday that long-range ATACMS supplies would compel Russia to expand its buffer zone by drawing Ukrainian soldiers farther back.