By now I have used 3 different telescopes and a pair of binoculars and no matter what I try to look at at night, whether it be stars, planets, drones, the moon or whatever, everything looks the same. Like a round ball with a squiggly river going thru it, a big black hole in the top left hand corner with a big blob moving around inside of it. And then a few craters scattered about. But why does it all look that way even thru different pieces of equipment and in different directions.
It may be the case that your binoculars are out of focus. Not sure what type of binoculars you have, but there may be a rotating ring on the eyepieces, or a rotating knob in the middle of the binoculars just past the eyepieces - by rotating this ring/knob, it should adjust the focus. Experiment with it and see if that gives a better focus. It also helps to hold the binoculars stable - you may want to try resting your elbows on some surface and hold it up to try and get the focus right. :)
Also, if you press your eye(s) off-center to the eyepiece(s), things won't be focused, not to mention the possibility of distorting your own eyeballs and achieving weird effects.
That is, make sure your eyes are centered on the eyepiece! If the width between eyepieces on binoculars is not right for you, one or the other of your eyes will see this effect.