One way of looking at conspiracy is to consider it a deliberately enhanced political weapon cultivated by those who push 'fake news' in a post-truth media environment. In some cases of 'true conspiracies' and theories, it is clear that the pejorative view of conspiracy must be abandoned. They comment: The psychological literature on predictors of conspiracy beliefs can be divided in approaches either with a pathological or socio-political focus. As Raikka points out, It is often claimed that political conspiracy theories are of limited falsifiability. At the same time, he adds, 'it would be a mistake to conclude from the defence of conspiracy theorising offered here that belief in conspiracy theories is on an epistemic par with belief in other theories'. In the age of Trump, it may be permissible to talk of 'government by conspiracy'.