Jose Canseco, the former MLB outfielder and admitted user of performance-enhancing drugs, has taken to Twitter to declare that he’s “been beaten by women” in the past and is questioning why women are coming forward to “complain” about molestation.

Amid the day’s tumultuous news focused on Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore’s election and numerous accusations of sexual misconduct, the former professional baseball player for the Oakland Athletics, Texas Rangers and others has gone on a bizarre Twitter rant against the national discussion of sexual harassment. The Cuban-American Canseco, 53, appears to be just revving up his thoughts on the issue. The Oakland Athletics responded to Canseco's comments, saying they are "disappointed" in his statements and that it doesn't reflect their organization. 

“What is going on with all these politicians molesting women I've been molested by several women and never complained,” Canseco wrote Tuesday afternoon.

“Well I mean I've been beaten by women taken advantage of by women and molested by women I never complain but it was kind of a turn-on,” the former Toronto Blue Jay tweeted. "These women complaining against sexual misconduct are just racist against ugly men," he continued in a later Tuesday evening tweet.

Immediately the tweets were met with criticism, with some responders telling the “Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big” author that he is out of line.

“It’s time to put the phone down,” responded one Twitter user.

“Jose...rethink this,” tweeted another.

Canseco continued the Twitter onslaught, saying that unattractive politicians are giving sexual misconduct a bad name.

“I see the difference I guess cuz I was a good-looking guy and these politicians look like a bag of boogers,” Canseco wrote.