Morph: transitive verb. : to change the form or character of.
-Believing women who accuse politicians of sexual misbehavior: the same media that had no problem believing every woman who accused Donald Trump, then Brett Kavanaugh, morphed into disbelievers who ignored/suppressed/buried Tara Reade’s accusations against Joe Biden.
-Profiting from political office: the same media that had no problem believing every report of alleged financial impropriety on the part of Donald Trump, morphed into disbelievers who ignored/suppressed/buried the heavily evidenced improprieties of Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, brother, James, and others in his family.
-Voting fraud: The same media that had no problem telling us a succession of Republicans won political office based on various elements of voter fraud/suppression, including President Bush in 2000 and President Trump in 2016, morphed into disbelievers who are ignoring/suppressing/burying actual evidence of possible voter fraud even as I write this.
Expect these same media to quickly unmorph if January 20th ends with Joe Biden in the Oval Office.