Viral: This Is What Happens When Your Tank Breaks Down In A Ukrainian Neighborhood
In a video tweeted by the Barstool Sports podcast “Zero Blog Thirty,” people got a glimpse of Ukrainian men enjoying their time with a reported captured tank. The whole clip is just too funny not to share. I just know this whole invasion has been humiliating for Putin.
Some people speculated that Ukraine’s civilians, many of whom have been forced to join the mobilization efforts and stay in the country, are confiscating Russian artillery and tanks. “This war has been a logistical mess from Russia. There are several tanks just running out of fuel and soldiers completely cut off from supply lines – that’s why these tanks are being captured,” a person commented on the post.
"Ukrainian territorial defense fighters captured a Russian tank near Kharkiv and managed to get it running," the tweet read.
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Ukrainian territorial defense fighters captured a Russian tank near Kharkiv and managed to get it running pic.twitter.com/B9McdVVaTS
— Woofers (@NotWoofers) March 2, 2022
All broke down? There has been much movement in Putin's attack and reports claim the issue is fuel. As gas prices rise in the US, the Biden administration considers cutting off Russia as a supplier, completely.
“We are now talking to our European partners and allies to look in a coordinated way at the prospect of banning the import of Russian oil while making sure that there is still an appropriate supply of oil on world markets,” Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in an interview on Sunday.
“That’s a very active discussion as we speak,” he said.
Separately, U.S. Speaker Nancy Pelosi said the House is “exploring strong legislation that will further isolate Russia from the global economy,” including a ban on oil imports and steps to “deny Russia access to the World Trade Organization.”
Meanwhile, on the ground in Ukraine, Russian forces appear to have made no significant movement over the past day, according to a senior U.S. Defense official. Leading elements of the Russian advance remain outside Kyiv, Kharkhiv and Chernihiv as they’re met by strong Ukrainian resistance.