US Intelligence Issues Grave Warning: D-Day Size Invasion Force Lining Up, Russia Planning Massive Military Offensive Against Ukraine

An alarming U.S. intelligence document indicates there will be a massive invasion into Ukraine by Russia.

The document, which was obtained by The Washington Post, predicts an invasion could occur in January by the former Soviet republic.

U.S. intel reveals that Russia has been amassing a huge number of troops at multiple possible invasion points along its border with Ukraine.

The Post reports that Russia is in the process of positioning 175,000 troops for a swift and decisive invasion of Ukraine.

“The Russian plans call for a military offensive against Ukraine as soon as early 2022 with a scale of forces twice what we saw this past spring during Russia’s snap exercise near Ukraine’s borders,” the Post reported.

The Post says they have confirmed this information with “an administration official, speaking on the condition of anonymity.”

“The plans involve extensive movement of 100 battalion tactical groups with an estimated 175,000 personnel, along with armor, artillery, and equipment,” the official added.

Western Journal notes that this Russian force is “larger than the force that hit the beaches in Normandy on D-Day when 156,000 American and allied troops began the liberation of France in 1944.”

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Russian forces seem to be focused on four locations. There are fifty battlefield tactical groups deployed.

Tanks and artillery continue to arrive, according to U.S. intel.

Joe Biden plans to speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Biden will reportedly try his best to persuade Putin not to take aggressive action. Many Americans are rightfully concerned that Biden has weak influence.

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The intelligence assessment puts the current Russian strength at 70,000 troops and says Russia, aware its intentions are being observed, is trying to cloak troop movements “to obfuscate intentions and to create uncertainty,” according to the Post.

Satellite images “show newly arrived units at various locations along the Ukrainian border over the last month,” the official quoted by the Post said…

“We don’t know whether President Putin has made the decision to invade. We do know that he is putting in place the capacity to do so on short order should he so decide,” Blinken said Wednesday, ahead of his meeting Thursday with with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, according to the Post. “We must prepare for all contingencies.”

Also prior to the Blinkin meeting, True to form, Lavrov blamed the U.S. and NATO for current tensions…

White House press secretary Jen Psaki said only NATO will decide who is and is not a NATO member. She indicated that would be Biden’s stance during the Tuesday video conference with Putin.

Biden, she said, “will underscore U.S. concerns with Russian military activities on the border with Ukraine and reaffirm the United States’ support for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine,” she said, according to The New York Times.

On Friday, as he prepared to leave Washington for a three-day weekend at Cam David, Biden said he is trying to persuade Putin not to take aggressive action, according to Fox News.