This Democratic Super PAC’s App Identifies Which Brands Anti-Trump Shoppers Should Boycott

It tracks business connections of the president-elect

Just in time for Black Friday, a Democratic app aims to help shoppers that aren't fans of America's future magnate-in-chief track all the businesses he has dealings with.

Boycott Trump, created by the Democratic Coalition Against Trump, lets users search a database with more than 250 companies and individuals that evidently have ties to the U.S. president-elect or who have been public supporters of him.

The coalition is a unit of Keep America Great, a Democratic super PAC that was founded to try and stop the Republican's bid for the White House.

"The election may be over, but the fight against Trump has just begun," Nate Lerner, executive director of the coalition, said in a statement. "Our Boycott Trump app enables people to take action against Trump by turning their purchasing power into a tool for protest. This hits Trump and his allies where it hurts them most—their wallets."

According to the app's description in the iTunes store, the goal is to "make Trump and his allies pay, literally, for their hateful rhetoric and regressive policies."

"We all know how Trump Towers and Trump Steaks are connected to Trump, but did you know Home Depot, Nike, Coors Light, Gucci, and many other major companies can all be directly linked to him as well?"

For instance, Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus endorsed Trump; however, Marcus retired several years ago and the company said on Facebook that he doesn't speak on behalf of the brand.

Other connections—like why Coors is on the list—are much clearer. Pete Coors, the longtime beer executive, held a fundraiser with former Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan to support Donald Trump's campaign.