Talk about overreach. Less than two weeks after declaring himself king (even just interim king) protesters have stormed the Presidential palace (two words that should never be used in the same sentence to begin with) and forced Morsi to make a hasty retreat.
No one knows where Morsi has fled, but opposition coalition spokesman Hussein Abdel Ghany says, “Our marches are against tyranny and the void constitutional decree and we won’t retract our position until our demands are met.”
The Muslim brotherhood must be scratching it’s wooden head about now. But if Morsi is out, as opposed to ruling from a secret location or begging forgiveness and backing off his declaration in exchange for returning to power, who is in charge of all that military hardware lingering idly in the Sinai?