Judge Jeanine Pirro and Geraldo Rivera had a spirited debate this morning about the threat from radical Islam and guns in the United States.
Pirro seized on reports that a neighbor saw suspicious activity by the Muslim husband and wife who carried out Wednesday's mass shooting in San Bernardino, California, but didn't say anything to police.
The judge said that this is a "new time" and it demands that people speak out regardless of political correctness.
Rivera pushed back that the peril to America does not only come from Muslims, pointing to other recent mass shootings by non-Muslims.
It has also emerged that the woman involved in the attack was in the U.S. on a K-1 visa.
Pirro said it's a clear example of the government being unable to keep out those who want to do us harm, while claiming 10,000 Syrian refugees can be properly vetted.
"What's happening is the Muslim jihadists want to kill us. If we ignore that, we are suckers," said Pirro.
Rivera said guns are also part of the problem, arguing it's easier to get a gun license than a driver's license in America.
Watch the fiery back and forth above and don't miss Judge Jeanine on "Justice," tomorrow and Sunday at 9p/12a ET on Fox News Channel.