One of the hottest political topics that divides the American people is over illegal immigration. After several Democratic leaders said they wouldn't comply with Donald Trump and his order to defund sanctuary cities, one host on Fox News was not happy about it.

Fox News meltdown

Just days after Donald Trump was sworn into office last month, he signed off on several executive orders, many of which have resulted in backlash from Democrats. One order was over his proposed border wall to help curb the influx of illegal immigration, while also vowing to defund federal money to so-called "sanctuary cities." The issue over illegal immigration has been a debate that often dominates political conversations, and is one of the majors issues dividing the political left and right.

During the February 2 edition of 'The O'Reilly Factor" on Fox News, fellow network host Judge Jeanine Pirro went off the rails over the immigration debate.

Joining Fox News host Bill O'Reilly was Jeanine Pirro, who instantly lost her cool over the issue of illegal immigration and how Democratic mayors have handled themselves since Donald Trump signed his executive orders. "This man, de Blasio, the mayor of New York City, does not deserve to be the mayor," Pirro said, targeting Bill de Blasio for his recent comments about limiting the punishment of driving while under the influence. At this point, Pirro went off on a rant about de Blasio allegedly putting American lives at risk.

"That's not only protecting illegals, who are criminals, it is putting Americans in danger of an illegal,” Jeanine Pirro told Bill O'Reilly.

"If you're an American, we're going to endanger your life by keeping this illegal here," she added. "If you believe in America and everything we stand for, it's time to demand an end to these criminals and anarchists, socialists," Pirro said.

Pirro continues

Not stopping there, Jeanine Pirro continued her rant against de Blasio, saying that the mayor "believes that for some reason, these illegals who violated our laws to come here in the first place. Who then violate our laws again and thumb their noses at us, have a right to stay here and victimize Americans."