Benghazi Committee Hearing Gets Custom Snapchat Filter Poking Fun at Hillary Clinton

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A billboard displays the logo of Snapchat above Times Square in New York March 12. Lucas Jackson/Reuters

If a politician gets bored during Thursday's Benghazi committee hearing and decides to send a Snapchat, they'll be met with a custom filter: "Warning: This message will disappear—just like Hillary Clinton's emails."

The ephemeral messaging app has a variety of filters based on location, including events like concerts and sports games. This filter, however, appears to be sponsored. In the lower left corner, the logo of Judicial Watch appears.

Appears Judicial Watch has paid for a special @Snapchat geofilter for the #Benghazi Cmte @HillaryClinton hearing: pic.twitter.com/aQXli1ANNA

— Frank Thorp V (@frankthorp) October 22, 2015

A representative for Judicial Watch said they were not familiar with the sponsorship and therefore could not comment at length. Judicial Watch is a conservative organization which focuses on misconduct in government.

Political filters on Snapchat aren't a new idea. This Iran Deal filter made the rounds in August:

Paid political Snapchat filters are a hoot. This one is rolled out today in Ohio for the #GOPDebate. pic.twitter.com/ixtwynltDm

— Brandon Carte (@BrandonCarte) August 6, 2015

Considering Clinton will be testifying for eight to ten hours, this Judicial Watch filter could get an awful lot of use.

Snapchat did not reply to request for comment.