Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former FBI Director James Comey were co-conspirators during the Russian collusion hoax.

Lynch thought she had the perfect cover story to conceal her crimes.

But Loretta Lynch was just confronted with one lie that could turn her life upside down.

Americans are finally receiving access to the transcripts of witness interviews from the final days of the House Republicans’ investigation into the Russian collusion fiasco.

When Lynch sat for an interview with a joint panel of members from the House Intelligence and Judiciary Committee, they asked her about testimony James Comey had given to the Senate Intelligence Committee back in June 2017.

Comey had told the committee he was unnerved by a conversation where Lynch instructed him to publicly refer to the Clinton email investigation as a “matter”—which lined up with the Clinton campaign’s talking points in downplaying the seriousness of the investigation.

The disgraced former FBI Director had testified that, “Probably the only other consideration that I guess I can talk about in open setting is that at one point the attorney general had directed me not to call it an investigation, but instead to call it a matter, which confused me and concerned me, but that was one of the bricks in the load that led me to conclude I have to step away from the department if we’re to close this case credibly.”

But during Lynch’s testimony, she strongly denied Comey’s claims.

“I did not. I have never instructed a witness as to what to say specifically. Never have, never will,” Lynch testified.

“I didn’t direct anyone to use specific phraseology. When the Director asked me how to best to handle that, I said: What I have been saying is we have received a referral and we are working on the matter, working on the issue, or we have all the resources we need to handle the matter, handle the issue. So that was the suggestion that I made to him,” Lynch concluded.

Two witnesses giving two different accounts of the same conversation can only mean one thing.

One of them is lying.

Under former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, there was zero chance either one would be held accountable for their lies.

But now with three different investigations into the origins of the Russia probe, there is a strong chance that Comey or Lynch will be called on to explain this discrepancy.

Robert Mueller’s investigation already proved that prosecutors had no hesitations about bringing charges for lying to Congress.

Mueller whacked both Michael Cohen and Roger Stone with charges for lying before a Congressional committee.

So Americans are demanding the same standard of justice—and that will not bode well for Lynch or Comey.

One of them could end up looking at the wrong side of prison bars.

We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.