President Barack Obama’s half-brother, Malik Obama, took to Twitter Friday morning to air his grievances with feminists in a few short, cryptic posts.

“FEMINISTS: If you remove the MAN from the WO what are you?” he wrote. Around 10 minutes later, he tweeted “FEMINISTS: If we remove the KIND from MAN what are we!!” 

“AND what if we remove the Man from Kind, what happens?” came another tweet only a few minutes later. “The collective wisdom of history dictates that we follow the natural laws of justice progressive ideas not withstanding,” Malik Obama wrote in yet another tweet in the string.

Malik Obama's words to feminists are merely the latest in a long history of strange tweets visible on his Twitter feed. 

"And BEWARE! The Thots and Cucks are embedded within our midst. BEWARE folks." reads a tweet from Wednesday. 

Malik Obama, 58, resides in Kenya, where he was born. He made headlines in July when he declared his vehement support for Donald Trump

“Now that my brother’s term is ending I am free to declare my support for Donald J. Trump President-elect of the U.S.A. #MAGA #MAGA3X #Africans4Trump,” his Twitter biography reads.

Malik Obama was invited to the third presidential debate by Trump after he endorsed him. 

“Wow, President Obama’s brother, Malik, just announced that he is voting for me. Was probably treated badly by president-like everybody else,” the president-elect tweeted in July.

A lifelong democrat, Malik Obama said he transferred his loyalty to Trump after becoming disillusioned with the Democratic party’s belief in LGBT rights and gay marriage. He is also staunchly anti-Hillary Clinton, having criticized her use of a private email server and having claimed she was friends with former Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddafi. He referred to CNN as the Clinton News Network and MSNBC as Mainstream Broadcasting For Clinton. 

“Crooked Hillary has called President Trump to conceed,” Malik Obama wrote in an oddly Trump-like tweet, after Trump’s victory in July.  “Rigged system but the people have spoken! They don’t want to call it!” he said in another tweet.

The older Obama served as the president’s best man at his wedding, and vice versa, after they met each other in 1985, though they seemingly became estranged after Barack Obama was elected president.