Egypt in pictures: Massive crowd protests; ‘The Brotherhood stole our country,’ smile painted on dictator’s wall

Amazing.

As Twitchy has reported, massive protests are ongoing in Egypt, as citizens take to the streets to protest the Muslim Brotherhood and President Morsi. The smile graffiti speaks a thousand words.

Here is the scene as the protests against Morsi and his dictatorial power grabs continue.

The police continue their abuses. As Twitchy reported, a journalist was also beaten and robbed by CSF when filming the protests outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo.

The protesters will not be cowed and are not backing down.

While the US Embassy in Cairo is “glad Mubarak is gone” and sees the revolution that put Morsi in power as a “positive step forward,” the people of Egypt do not.

Twitchy will continue to monitor this story and update with further developments.

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Amazing.

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