The White House continues to welcome play dates with Muslim Brotherhood officers and sympathizers. That hasn’t gone unnoticed among protesters in Cairo. Thousands of anti-Morsi protesters are in Tahrir Square ahead of major demonstrations planned this weekend on the anniversary of the Egyptian president’s inauguration. And they’re not happy with President Obama.

Ace writes, “Those must be the Extremist Tea Party Types at Tahir Square.” Click over and read the whole thing.

More at Commentary:

Egypt appears to be on the brink of chaos this week but the best advice America’s ambassador has for an embattled religious minority in the world’s most populous country is to stay home. The report about the visit of Ambassador Anne Patterson to Coptic Pope Tawadros II came from an Egyptian paper but is spreading rapidly around the Internet and being cited as an example of the tacit support the United States continues to show for the government of President Mohamad Morsi even as the country starts to fall apart But with a mass protest scheduled for Sunday — the event Ambassador Patterson wanted Copts to stay away from — the president’s attitude toward the demonstrations that are shaking Morsi’s grip on power is more than a matter of curiosity.


Cairo protesters to Obama: Stop supporting the Muslim Brotherhood’s fascist regime [photos]

Sign in Cairo’s Tahrir Square: ‘Obama you jerk, Muslim Brotherhoods are killing the Egyptians’

  • Steve_J

    Welcome to our world.

  • PennyRobinsonFanClub


    • ronthewise

      you described Obama and his thugs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • ObamaFail

    Benghazi is the evidence Obama supports terrorism. Not to mention the jets he gave to Morsi, and the billions he’s given to Morsi’s regime.

    • Jeremy

      That is very solid evidence and he knows damn well what Morsi is all about.

    • tman418

      We have been giving Egypt military aid since 1987. It’s been part of an agreement and the funding was renewed by Congress in 2007 for 10 years. This didn’t start yesterday.

      • Jeremy

        The situation is far worse now since Morsi took over

  • LinTaylor

    I might have done this before, but let’s face it, there’s no better response in this situation:

  • Jeremy

    This definitely won’t be shown or talked about on MSNBC of course.

    • ObamaFail

      Unless if it’s to call those protesters angry, white, right-wing extremists. Than not mention it ever again once it is pointed out to them that they are Egyptians. You know, like the Boston terrorist attack. They kept talking about how it must have been a white, right-wing extremist. Than didn’t mention anything about race, or religion about the bomber once they were revealed as a muslim extremist.

  • Jeremy

    This is very telling and they are seeing what many of us have known since he came into office.

  • mickeyco

    Wonderfulness! Within the last few weeks, liberals in his own country have started being down on him. Last week (early this week?) he upset the Irish by telling them- in their own country- that Catholic schools are wrong. This week, he upset Sengalese by telling them- in their own country- that they need to allow gay marriage (when homosexuality is still a crime). And now anti-Morsi Egyptian protesters are calling him a terrorist. To quote the Toby Keith song “How Do You Like Me Now?”!!

  • ThomasCollins1

    I wonder how many Egyptians can read those English signs.

    Obama arming radical Muslims from Libya to Syria to Egypt, while frantically attempting to disarm Americans. But no, he’s not a foreigner here.

  • Waldo



    These protester are smarter then Obama supporters in this country, They cant see Obama has been helping radical Islamist at the expense of those who are more liberal in the Muslim world, mean time in this country Obama wants to bring down all values…

  • seeuinoz

    Isn’t Obama suppose to support the person YOU elected ???