Lindsey Graham gets angry in front of reporters: I'm not letting Mueller testify! (VIDEO)

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham is saying that he won't call on Robert Mueller to testify before the committee, a move that is angering Democrats.  

"I'm not going to do anymore. Enough already. It's over." He followed up on this by saying that "if there's any dispute about a conversation, then he'll come, but I'm not retrying the case, I'm not calling McGahn, it is over."

He then angrily stormed off.

Senator Graham may not want to retry the Mueller case, but that's not stopping him from wanting to retry Hillary Clinton or look into Democrats more.

Just 10 minutes into Wednesday's Senate hearing with Attorney General Barr is all it took for Graham to bring up Clinton and the possible threat of going after her. He then went off on her emails and server.

"These are the people investigating the Clinton email situation. These are the people that made a decision that Clinton didn't do anything wrong. Everything I just said, substitute Clinton for Trump and see what all these people with the cameras will be saying (pointing and waving his finger across the room)."

Lindsey Graham is serving as chairman because he's been in the Senate for a long, long time. In fact, Graham has had it out for the Clintons for awhile now.

Video recently resurfaced of Graham calling for Bill Clinton's impeachment, and he even said that a crime didn't even have to be committed for a president to be impeached. That would directly stand in contrast to Graham's stance now, saying Trump doesn't deserve to be impeached because no crime was committed. You can't really have it both ways, yet Graham somehow insists that he can.