During her opening statement on Saturday's “Justice with Judge Jeanine,” Judge Jeanine Pirro pled with the nation “to stop pussyfooting around” in its fight against Islamic terror as it struggles to cope with the aftermath of last week's terrorist attack in San Bernardino, California.

She told viewers:

“This is not about politics. It's about being safe. It's about surviving.”

The Fox News host also put forth a five-point plan to protect the nation from domestic terrorists, which includes:

Judge Pirro also went on to criticize President Obama and his administration for being overly protective of Muslims and their religion, claiming that they are ready to “denigrate all gun owners and take away our rights based on the actions of a few.”

She continued:

"We're told to say something when we see something, but don't say anything against people who act suspiciously who happen to be Muslim because that would be Islamophobic.

Farook and Malik’s neighbors said nothing when they saw something because they were fearful of being called Islamophobes or racially profiling. That's the plan folks—to shut us up. ...

I’m here to tell you it's part of the Islamic terrorists' plan. If we are stopped from saying something against Mohammed, the Muslim religion, or Muslims in general, then Sharia law is already here."

Her speech came just one day before President Obama spoke to the nation in a rare Oval Office address.

During that address, the President called for additional gun control laws and a review of the nation's entry visa programs.