Powell, who became the public face of Trump's discredit attempt to overturn the election, faces lawsuits cumulatively demanding at least $4 billion.
Court documents show an internal Trump campaign memo found no evidence to back up Sidney Powell's conspiracy theories about Dominion and Smartmatic.
Sources told The Daily Beast that Powell, a far-right attorney, who attempted to overturn the 2020 election for Trump is being blanked his entourage.
Powell became known for spreading election conspiracy theories last year, falsely claiming that Dominion tilted the race to boost President Biden.
Bossie was set to play a huge role in Trump's election challenge, but after testing positive for the coronavirus, he was effectively sidelined.
Powell faces defamation lawsuits over her baseless claims that widespread election fraud stole the presidency from Donald Trump.
A US federal judge said the pro-Trump attorneys' lawsuit was "abusive" and aimed at undermining democracy.
Dominion and Smartmatic are filing defamation lawsuits against people who spread baseless claims that their voting machines "stole" votes for Biden.
The ruling means that lawsuits from Dominion Voting Systems will proceed in full against Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell.
Newsmax and One America News Network hosts have pushed conspiracy theories that Dominion has secret ties to Venezuela and rigged the 2020 election.
The lawyers brought "fantastical" claims and tried to claim damages "greater than the annual GDP of Hungary," the judge said.
Cyber Ninjas, which leads the much-criticized ballot audit in Maricopa County, Arizona, released a donor list heavy with Trump supporters.
Phone records show the former president and his allies tried to pressure Republican election officials in Maricopa County to stop counting votes.
Judge Linda Parker accused the Kraken team of submitting nonsense affidavits in "bad faith" and of not doing even "minimal" investigation.
Giuliani, who was Trump's personal lawyer and has backed up many of the former president's election claims, reportedly described Powell as "crazy."
"We need you to stop the counting," the Arizona GOP chair said to an election official during the ballot counting, The Arizona Republic reported.
Giuliani, Powell, and Lindell now have to hand over documents related to their involvement with Fox News, Bloomberg first reported.