Either the piston or o-ring is damaged or the piston came out of the bore allowing brake fluid to leak out. The rubber cover is there to keep contaminants out.
Got you, makes sense now. Thank you.
Yeah pretty sure the piston came out, had the tool to push it back but it wouldn't move (because of having to twist it) but then couldn't get to the tool out without hammering the screw counter clockwise (granted I have muscle weakness due to a condition). Anyway took the tool out and started to twist it and it was going for a bit but then wouldn't budge and all the sudden started to expose more and more of the piston as if it was applying the brakes. I figured it was just going to the position it was in with the old pads.
I've never had issues with changing pads like this before but then again I wasn't trying to do a brake job with severe memory loss either, I haven't checked on it today I'm guessing I'm gonna go out there and the piston is gonna be on the ground somewhere and all my brake fluid is going to be all over the place. Ugh I should've just taken it to my Saab guy.