According to USA Today, when Obama called Morsi on Monday, he told him to address opposition grievances, protesters to remain peaceful, and he warned the military that if they staged a coup they would lose their massive US military aid.
Obama is not neutral as he claimed publicly at the start of the protests. He is actively supporting the Muslim Brotherhood, a terrorist organization, instead of allowing the military to reform the government.
Prior to this, Obama and his Ambassador to Egypt, Anne Patterson, actively supported the Brotherhood.
Go to 00:40 to hear about the President’s support for the Muslim Brotherhood:
By denying the army a peaceful coup – should the army adhere to Obama’s will – Obama has assured that there will be bloodshed.
At the end of June, Patterson obliged the Muslim Brotherhood and told the Coptic Christians to stay away from the June 30 protests.
Middle East Forum wrote on June 25th:
Accordingly, among other influential Egyptians, Morsi recently called on Coptic Christian Pope Tawadros II to urge his flock, Egypt’s millions of Christians, not to join the June 30 protests.
While that may be expected, more troubling is that the U.S. ambassador to Egypt is also trying to prevent Egyptians from protesting—including the Copts. The June 18 edition of Sadi al-Balad reports that lawyer Ramses Naggar, the Coptic Church’s legal counsel, said that during Patterson’s June 17 meeting with Pope Tawadros, she “asked him to urge the Copts not to participate” in the demonstrations against Morsi and the Brotherhood.
The Pope politely informed her that his spiritual authority over the Copts does not extend to political matters.
Regardless, many Egyptian activists are condemning Patterson for continuously behaving like the Muslim Brotherhood’s stooge.
Washington Free Beacon report:
We are very critical of the Obama administration because they have been supporting the Brotherhood like no one has ever supported them,” Shadi Al Ghazali Harb, a 24-year-old member of Egypt’s Revolutionary Youth Coalition, told the Washington Free Beacon on Friday afternoon during a telephone interview from Cairo.
The White House is “the main supporter of the Brotherhood,” he said. “If it wasn’t for the American support this president would have fallen months ago.”
Al Ghazali Harb specifically dubbed Patterson “the first enemy of the revolution,” claiming “she is hated even more than Morsi.”
Activists hung pictures of Patterson with a red “X” drawn across her face at Egypt’s Defense Ministry during smaller protests Friday afternoon.
“She’s done a lot to harm our relations with the United States,” Al Ghazali Harb said.
Photo of protester on the street carrying a sign that says, Obama, Your Bitch is Our Dictator
Since Monday, millions, not hundreds of thousands, have protested, many jubilant in hopes of the military stepping in. They have demanded that Morsi step down. The Army followed with a threat to toss out the constitution and legislature controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood if Morsi did not respond to opponents by Wednesday.
Morsi, high on Obama’s support for his Islamo-Fascist regime, is defiant, and said Tuesday that he will not respond to the opponents or step down. He will continue the dictatorial path he is on, which he believes is a “modern democracy.”
Egypt’s military, which now says they are not attempting a coup, has drawn up a plan to abolish the Islamist legislature, suspend the Brotherhood’s constitution, and set up an interim government with the country’s Chief Justice in charge.
While not a coup they say, it is a sweeping plan to change the political structure that has been put in place by Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood.
Morsi in saying he has set up a modern democratic state must be drinking the same Kool-Aid as Obama. He has taken over the media, the constitution, the legislature, and was about to seize the judiciary when the people announced the protest. He has taken to trial, anyone who opposes his Islamo-Fascist government, including journalists.
On Tuesday, Morsi met with the defense minister and army chief Abdul Fattah al-Sisi. Al-Sisi is the army commander who gave the ultimatum. There is no word on how the meeting went.
Morsi told the army to remove their ultimatum on Tuesday.
Senior Brotherhood leader, Mohammed Al-Beltagi, told Morsi supporters to prepare for “martyrdom” to stop an impending coup.
Meanwhile, Morsi’s non-Brotherhood foreign ministers are quitting one-by-one.