Morse took power during an uprising aimed at providing greater democratization in Egypt and a more robust inclusion of liberal ideas. However, unlike the revolution that enabled his rule, he continued to pursue an overtly religious and intolerant political agenda. This was antithetical to the ideals of the Arab spring.
Simply because Morsi was an Islamic theocrat who used heavy handed and even violent tactics against demonstrators does not mean an even more brutal military junta should have replaced him. A recall vote against him should have been held to see if the people actually wanted him gone, and if he actually violated people's rights, he should have been held responsible, but not like this.