As Morsi flees palace, massive protests erupt all over Egypt [photos]

This is a scene from the Presidential Palace, from which President Morsi fled just hours ago.

But today’s anti-Morsi protests aren’t just in Cairo. They are taking place in virtually every major Egyptian city:

Many Egyptians are posting photos of the protests to Twitter.





Port Said:





  • Rafael Eduardo Peña-Rios Riber

    well that was fast

  • jonhartz

    Morsi, knocking on a door: “Hosni, can I come in?”

    • SpinMeNot

      No man, its me Morsi … let me in …

  • Marcy Cook

    Go people go….make Morsi run…


    will be “interesting” to see what sprouts up IF he goes; moderate Muslims???

  • Josephine (D)

    Hey Morsi: these people are sick of radical BS. GTFO.

    To Egypt: be careful choosing your next leader.

  • allamerican0861

    The new normal in the Middleast. Throw out the bums they supposedly elect into office. Hmmmm
    .. they maybe onto something?

  • Lord Foggybottom

    If the liberals in this country were half as smart as these Egyptians they wouldn’t have reelected Obama.

    • WisconsinPatriot

      That was a REALLY big “if”. And I think the libs have proven your point.

  • Palin ECoalition

    Hope Obama learns from this. Also hope the American people realize they can say NO to Obama’s power grabs.

  • tredglx

    So who will 0bama back this time: the protesters against the dictatorial Morsi and the MB, or Morsi?

    • TWG2A

      You can bet his allegiance is with his fellow terrorists pals in morsi regime. obama/hillary/jarrett put him on that throne

  • Jim Denney

    Another Obama / Hillary success story….

  • ccass357

    pretty sad that these people have far more guts and won’t put up with a dictator.. and the US citizens just elected one.

    • WisconsinPatriot

      I am up for some protesting! Storm the WH…..lets ROLL!

  • Mike Sanfilippo

    You can be sure there is one person who is beyond pissed off that these protests are taking place: Barack Hussein Obama. Morsi is his guy, and as ego-maniacal as he is, I can see his attitude being that of “how dare these people?!” I’m glad at least one society recognized that they were being played for fools- wake me up when that sentiment resonates here at home.

  • Linda Ponzo

    Has the US Embassy in Cairo tweeted yet? They usually have something pertinent to say about these types of gatherings.

    • TWG2A

      They’d probably be tweeting “can’t we all just get along?” or some other bullcrap. They’ve proven their allegiance, and it is with obama and the muslim brotherhood terrorists with whom they’ve conspired.

  • Guest

    America will look like Egypt within 18 months.

    • Zefal

      One can hope.

  • M.R. Canon

    This is exactly where freedom-loving Americans should have been – enmasse – surrounding the White House the first time obama broke the law. it’s not too late for civil disobedience!

  • JimmyNeutron

    Is it wrong that I’m inspired by these people and their grasp on liberty?

    • medicinewomantwo


  • Zefal

    I bet obama is taking morsi’s calls unlike he did for Amb. Stevens.

    • medicinewomantwo

      Obama better take note………………………………

  • Kate

    There are reports that the Muslim Brotherhood is hiring thugs to assault the men and women participating in these protests.

    I’m praying for these people, and I’m proud of them for standing up for their rights.

  • Debbie

    More Power to ’em! Instead of singing “Walk like an Egyptian” I’m singing “Storm like an Egyptian” Wish WE could do that here…..

  • TWG2A

    Egyptians need to root out william ayers, morsi and the rest of the muslim brotherhood terrorists and co conspirators EVERYWHERE and HANG THEM.

  • TJ

    It all comes down to the army and they did not come to the aid of Morsi as they have their own interests that do not involve the Muslim Brotherhood. They will be there to take over when whatever happens in the end. A secular military council as the executive branch of government is still better than an Islamic dictatorship the only branch of government.

  • Norm

    They should stop the violence and be glad that President Obama gave them democracy.

  • cgrove

    These people thought that they were getting a new life and all they got was more violence and hardship. I support their actions. If a government doesn’t represent its people then that government needs to go. Does anyone have any ideas?


    The Vibration

  • Rashied Rushing

    The ineptitude of this admin. continues to be highlighted by failed and failing mideast policy. Once again Obama, leading from behind, refused to condemn Morsi’s un-democratic power grab and finds himself on the wrong side yet again. I think he came out with some lame/weak/par for Obama statement that Democracies take a while to form and we should just let it play out. Whether he said that, or nothing, he implicitly supported Morsi’s dictatorial tactic. “Amateur Hour” at the White House has been extended, get ya popcorn ready.