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Jose Canseco's TV career could be over following bizarre rant about sexual misconduct and harassment

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Former Major League Baseball player Jose Canseco, 53, will apparently not get another contract from NBC Sports California after comments he made on social media concerning sexual misconduct went viral.

What did he say?

Amid the hypercharged #MeToo environment that began with allegations of salacious, sexually inappropriate behavior against film mogul Harvey Weinstein, Canseco on Tuesday night tweeted a bevy of sentiments admitting to having been "molested" by women — reported occurrences Canseco apparently seemed to enjoy.

"What is going on with all these politicians molesting women I've been molested by several women and never complained," Canseco tweeted.

Minutes later, he added, "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."

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

Canseco concluded his tweetstorm by saying that certain allegations were simply "racist."

"These women complaining against sexual misconduct are just racist against ugly men," he noted.

What's the fallout so far?

Canseco, who worked for NBC Sports as a studio analyst in 2017, will not receive another contract from the network.

NBC Sports California in a statement said:

Jose Canseco is no longer an employee with NBC Sports California. His agreement with us ended after the 2017 season. We certainly don't agree with his comments, which do not reflect the values of our network or our team partner.

In a statement to the San Francisco Chronicle, Canseco said, "If people can't take a joke, that's ridiculous. What I'm saying really has no meaning. Those tweets don't even make any sense, they're a bunch of riddles."

Canseco, who played 16 seasons in the major leagues, was the 1988 American League MVP with the Oakland A's and helped them win the 1989 World Series,

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