Republican Senator/Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham has been claiming for months, if not years, that Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, will be launching probes into the origins of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s tainted witch hunt.

This Sunday, Graham sat down with Fox News personality Maria Bartiromo of “Sunday Morning Futures.” During their interview, Bartiromo confronted the Senator about his empty promises to Americans.

Bartiromo questioned the suspect Senator, “My viewers are frustrated. They want some subpoenas. They want to see you do that deep dive into what took place. When can we expect your subpoenaing people and who are you going to get to come down and testify?”

Graham tried to play it off by claiming that he would be calling on witnesses after Inspector General Michael Horowitz releases his report. I’ll leave it up to you to decide if you trust him, but as for me, let’s just say, I’m not holding my breath.

More from Fox News:

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., vowed to expose the anonymous whistleblowers against President Trump if Democrats move forward with impeachment; at the same time, he warned against Trump having China pursue an investigation of Joe Biden.

A second unidentified whistleblower was confirmed Sunday morning, reportedly with firsthand information to support some of the allegations another whistleblower made in a complaint filed in August regarding a July 25 phone call between Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Graham said that if Democrats follow through on their desire to impeach Trump, he will make sure that the whistleblowers will have to come forward and testify.

The Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman went on to state that “There can be no valid impeachment process unless the president can confront the witnesses against him.”

Take a look at the following clip from Sunday Morning Futures:

Lindsey Graham is the last …. well, on the both 1% of the list of people who I would want to be in a foxhole with. At the end of the day, does anything else really matter?