An organization of leftist activists called Public Service Media Group launched a website this week called Racist Watch which is solely devoted to doxxing individuals who have donated to the Trump campaign.  

Racist Watch contains a directory and a map search that allows users to see the names and contributions of every Trump donor in the United States and pin their home address, right down to the street level.

A page on the site asks, “Do your neighbors support a president that promotes racism and hate speech?”

At the time of this publication, Racist Watch was defunct, noting, “This site is under maintenance and will be up shortly with all new mapping of recent Trump Donors.”

The new doxxing site comes after three consecutive years of brutal attacks on Trump supporters perpetrated by leftists activists, as the media continues to label fans of the president “Nazis” to normalize and justify the violence and harassment. In an effort to intimidate conservatives, left-wing mobs have also repeatedly held demonstrations at the homes of Republicans and Trump supporters.

Typically, during these chaotic protests, law enforcement is the only deterrent in preventing the protesters from terrorizing the Trump-supporting individuals or invading their homes.

Last November, so-called social justice warriors showed up at Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s Washington, D.C. home while he was on-air recording his show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” The angry mob was seen on footage posted to social media by “Smash Racism DC” warning they will “fight” Carlson and warning him not to return home.

“We are outside your home to protest against your fascism and racism,” the mob can be heard in the video chanting in unison. “Tucker Carlson, we will fight, we know where you sleep at night!”

While Carlson was not on the premises, his wife and four children were.

In August, a left-wing mob surrounded Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) home, chanting death threats as they called for gun control. 

“Just stab the motherfucker in the heart, please,” one protester is heard saying in footage of the protest, as the others dragged shovels on the ground and shouted, “No Trump, no KKK, no Fascist USA!”  

Police officers were on the scene and prevented the violence from escalating. 

In September, hundreds of protesters rallied around the home of Johnny Choate, the warden of a migrant detention center in Colorado. The protesters, members of groups like Denver Communists and Abolish ICE Denver, chanted “Quit your job,” as they stood just a few feet from Choate’s front door. Police officers in riot gear, long batons, and tear-gas grenade launchers prevented the mob from invading the warden’s home.

It’s open season on Trump supporters.

Racist Watch is clearly designed to give the leftist mob another tool to assure more Trump supporters are terrorized, at their homes, for wanting to Make America Great Again.

On the bright side, as PJ Media’s Megan Fox contends, the site is useful for connecting with like-minded Trump supporters.

“When I looked up my zip code, I realized that this is a great tool to find new friends near you,” she wrote. “It’s like a dating app for finding friends who aren’t crippled by hatred and mental illness. Isn’t it always a bummer when you think you’ve met someone nice and then they ruin it by telling you all their irrational fears about the president putting gay people in concentration camps?”

She continued: “This website can solve that problem. It’s my suggestion that everyone needs to look up their address on this site right now and identify people near them who are clearly decent, patriotic Americans and go bring them a basket of muffins or something. Go make a new friend today. Thanks ‘Racist Watch,’ you demented loons.”

“Racist” Trump supporters are rampant in even deep blue metropolitan areas, like New York City, the site reveals.