Dom Lucre Wikipedia
|Born||Dominick Andrew McGee|
|🎓 Alma mater||Pennsylvania State, Wharton University|
|💰 Net worth||$710,000|
|🏛️ Political party||Republican|
Dom Lucre also referred to as Dominick McGee Born (March 23, 1994) in Columbia South Carolina, Dom grew up in North Augusta South Carolina. and attended North Augusta High School. During his time in high school, Dom began the goal of pursuing a career in the music business but took a strong liking to his history classes, specifically American history. Dom graduated from high school in June of 2013, he went to basic training for the United States Army during the same month. Dom enlisted in the Army because he wanted to serve his country and have a source of income to pursue a career in the music industry.
In 2014 Dom became Vice President of IVOS Records, during his time stationed at Fort Bragg North Carolina, Dom would often drive from Fayetteville North Carolina to Winston-Salem to meet with his label mates Hunter 6 Letterz and Darren Hunter to travel to Atlanta GA for the record label during the weekends. Dom was honorably discharged from the United States Army in August of 2016. After his discharge, Dom moved to Atlanta Georgia in December of 2016 to be closer to his career options. Dom gained thousands of followers on social media during his time pursuing success with Hip-Hop, IVOS Records currently has hundreds of thousands of listeners on their streaming profiles.
In January of 2017, Dom enrolled in Pennsylvania State University to pursue a college degree online while he worked on IVOS Records Dom has also obtained a brief education at Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania earning a certification in Corporate Finance.
In October of 2017 Dom founded a financial advising and credit restoration company named Credit Cadabra, Dom began to find a love for business and decided to move out of Atlanta Georgia in January of 2020 to Chattanooga Tennessee. Dom decided to move because Chattanooga had less competition in the finance industry compared to Atlanta.
He is most known for his coverage of the 2020 United States Presidential Election. In November Dom was dissatisfied with the results of the election, this is when he decided to use his social media presence to express his distaste for the election results. Dom had 89 thousand Instagram followers when he began posting about his support for Donald Trump, His Instagram currently sits at 65 thousand followers, Dom stated this is because the majority of the music business embraces liberal influencers but offers the opposite for conservatives. Dom began gaining thousands of followers on his Facebook group Win The Win which he created on December 3, 2020.
His Facebook group quickly became Facebook’s most active conservative group. Dom was featured in The New York Times for his Facebook group. His group was banned shortly after his New York Times Appearance. Prior to Dom's group being banned he created a Zello channel to communicate with his followers. The New York TImes journalist that wrote the article on Dom's Facebook group Stuart A. Thompson also joined his Zello channel to monitor his coverage. Staurt reported his time with Dom's Zelllo channel on CNN during the month of February in 2021. The CNN article covering Dom's Win The Win Rally Zello Channel.
The report with CNN was covered by several other notable news outlets such as Yahoo News, NBC, and many more which even though his name was not mentioned, also increased Dom's notability. After Dom's news features his audience grew and he became a founding member of a non-profit Christian missionary called The Citizens Crusade. TCT provides restoration for the homeless communities of Chattanooga Tennessee. In March of 2020, Dom’s company Credit Cadabra became the most searched and serviced financial advising or credit repair company in Tennessee.
Dom can be seen using his wealth to provide for the communities of Tennessee, during May of 2021 Dom became the State Director of Candace Owen’s non-profit organization Blexit Tennessee. Blexit focuses on community work and educational values. Dom’s ultimate goal is to run for a government seat, he is unaware when he wants to run be he states” Winning is the goal for anyone who runs so I want to run at the right time when I run I won’t lose because I will have understood what it takes to win.”
Pennsylvania State University - Finance (Bachelors)
- Class of 2022
Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania - Corporate Finance (Certificate)
- Class of 2019
North Augusta High School - Diploma (Graduated)
- Class of 2013
The New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/14/opinion/facebook-far-right.html (January 14, 2021)
The New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/01/26/opinion/trump-qanon-washington-capitol-hill.html (January 26, 2021)
CNN https://www.cnn.com/videos/media/2021/01/27/qanon-chat-room-nyt-reporter-newday-vpx.cnn (January 27, 2021)
Yahoo News https://currently.att.yahoo.com/att/reporter-learned-spending-3-weeks-154435232.html (January 27, 2021)
NBC 5 Chicago https://www.nbcchicago.com/lx/a-reporter-spent-weeks-inside-a-qanon-chat-room-here-is-what-he-learned/2426868/ (February 2, 2021)
Media Post https://www.mediapost.com/publications/article/359638/on-the-culpability-of-social-media.html?edition=121121 (January 15, 2021)
Digg https://digg.com/longreads/link/three-weeks-inside-a-pro-trump-qanon-chat-room (January 19, 2021)
NBC Boston https://www.nbcboston.com/tag/qanon/ (January 26, 2021)
Credit Cadabra https://www.creditcadabra.com/ (October 18, 2018)