How gerrymandering reshapes U.S. elections

Imagine this: scheming politicians locked away in some fancy room with giant maps slicing and dicing and drawing the perfect voting districts to make sure their political party remains in power for years to come. It may sound like a scene from some dystopian movie but that scenario is a lot closer to reality than you think. This is called political gerrymandering. A case about an extreme version of it is before the U.S. Supreme court right now.