The political leader of the Movement for Progressive Change (MPC) has described Ambassador George M. Weah as a 'tourist' who only comes to Liberia for tourism purposes.
He said Ambassador Weah does not live in Liberia; and as such, he does not know what the people are experiencing.
Mr. Freeman's comment comes in the wake of Weah's opposition to calls for the resignation of President Johnson-Sirleaf.
The MPC political leader who is one of those calling for the resignation of the President said if the Peace Ambassador was living in Liberia, he would have appreciated those calling for the President's resignation considering the severe hardship Liberians are faced with.
He claimed that whenever Ambassador Weah comes on his 'tourism' tour, he wines and dines with the President; therefore, he is not surprised to hear the Ambassador rejecting calls for the president to resign.
According to him, if the Peace Ambassador visits Grand Gedeh, for example, and sees what the people are going through, he won't have said what he said.
Mr. Freeman said contrary to Ambassador Weah's assertion, their calls for the President to resign is constitutional.
He said they were not in any error to call for the resignation of the president as Ambassador Weah wants the people to believe.
Freeman said Ambassador Weah needs to further read his history book and the Constitution of Liberia to know that it is the rights of the people to call on their president to resign.