Fox News’ “The Five” co-host Judge Jeanine Pirro blew her stack on Thursday after the five-member panel’s liberal, Jessica Tarlov, attempted to defend something President Joe Biden said during his gaffe-filled visit to Maui two weeks after the country’s deadliest wildfire took at least 114 lives, with hundreds still missing.

During his visit, Biden attempted to ‘relate’ to Hawaiians who lost loved ones in the flames as well as practically everything they owned by mentioning a small kitchen fire that he said nearly resulted in the loss of his beloved vintage Corvette.

“I don’t want to compare difficulties, but we have a little sense, Jill and I, of what it’s like to lose a home,” Biden said. “Years ago now, 15 years ago, I was in Washington doing ‘Meet the Press.’ It was a sunny Sunday.

“Lightning struck at home, on a little lake that’s outside of our home — not a lake, a big pond — and hit a wire that came up underneath our home into the heating ducts, air conditioning ducts,” he continued.

“To make a long story short, I almost lost my wife, my ’67 Corvette, and my cat,” he added.

At one point, Tarlov defended Biden, who also turned heads when he seemed to lack awareness over a remark he made about a dog trained to uncover human remains that was wearing small boots to protect its paws from the charred ground.

“You guys catch the boots out here?” Biden appeared to ask the press traveling him. Afterward, according to Fox News, he smiled and said, “That’s some hot ground, man.”

His reference to the “hot” ground after the country’s deadliest wildfire did not sit well with many people who expressed their outrage online.

“Nothing says leadership like yukking it up with the human-remains-sniffing dogs,” Harrison Metal founder Michael Dearing wrote on the X platform.

“Imagine your loved one burned to death less than a month ago and when Biden finally visits after his TWO vacations, he jokes around about how hot the ground is. Sick,” wrote

 conservative commentator Robby Starbuck.

“Read the room my guy,” conservative commentator Steve Guest added.

RedState writer Buzz Patterson remarked, “Can’t take him anywhere.”

Tarlov moved to defend Biden.

“He was talking to a dog whose paws are on the ground!” she said, which set Pirro off.

“Are you kidding me? This is a guy who goes to an infern, an inferno where a thousand people and children are missing,” Pirro said. “He talks to a dog, and he talks about the fact that he almost lost a cat!”

“This guy has been lying from the moment he came on the political scene,” she said. “He has a lack of empathy, he is egocentric, he’s got a condescending smirk whenever anybody asks him a question from the press. He is lying, and he’s narcissistic.”

She added that she did not believe Biden went to Maui because he is empathetic, but rather to “make it about himself.”

“The bottom line is he systematically lies,” she declared.

Biden also did not quite get the reception he probably thought he would have when he arrived on the island.

One sign in front of a residence adorned with American flags flying upside down read, “Traitor Joe Must Go!” according to a video posted online.

An upside-down flag is universally recognized as a distress signal.

According to The New York Times, another resident who was asked about Biden’s tardy visit borrowed from the president’s own initial response as news was pouring in that dozens were dying in the flames earlier this month: “No comment.”

Others stood on the side of a highway as Biden’s motorcade drove past and yelled obscenities at him.

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