U.S. Supreme Court decisions have been coming out en masse, it seems (though SCOTUSblog does not expect any decisions this week).
According to a Washington Post reporter, "Any information that emerges from big Supreme Court hearings feels like it’s been smuggled out of the edifice on First Street." The reporter then makes a case for cartoonists, i.e., "someone in the room who specializes in interpreting personal presentation and interpersonal interactions."
Curious to see a cartoonist explain the latest Supreme Court decisions via gifs and videos? See the work of Ann Telnaes here.