When asked about his opinion on United States troops no longer being able to broadcast and view NFL games, Brown spoke out against the decision and had harsh words for the Obama.
"I have the highest respect for our soldiers and wish all the best for them. Apparently, Obama thinks differently," Brown said. "Our soldiers should be treated with respect and should not be subject to the downfalls of the American political system.
"It’s very disheartening to hear that our soldiers are suffering even more than usual because our politicians can not agree on anything. The last people that should suffer is them. Again, Obama thinks differently. I wish the troops the best and hope I can make a difference in getting some entertainment back to them."
Brown took things a step further by calling for Obama to see firsthand what it's like to fight overseas.
"I would tell the president that he needs a reality check," Brown said. "He should go serve for a year in the Middle East and see firsthand what it is like to be there. Obviously, he has no clue and no empathy for these men and women."
Here's the problem with Brown's misguided argument: It's not Obama's fault U.S. troops aren't able to broadcast NFL games.
Brown is set to fight former UFC Welterweight interim champion Carlos Condit at UFC on Fox 9, and a victory there would put him in instant title contention.
He's still a fan favorite in the United States, but taking verbal jabs at the Barack Obama isn't exactly a good look for himself or the promotion he's working for.