Mike Lindell Promises 'Great Day for America' Ahead of Court Appearance

Three Donald Trump supporters who have been at the forefront of spreading misinformation about the 2020 election are due in court on Thursday to answer billion-dollar lawsuits filed against them.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, QAnon-supporting lawyer Sidney Powell and former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani are set to make their first appearances to face the defamation suits brought by Dominion Voting Systems.

The trio are due to argue their case in Washington, D.C after accusing the voting machine company of helping to rig November's election in favor of President Joe Biden. They have offered no evidence to back up this claim.

Ahead of his appearance, Lindell told ABC News that he felt it would be a "great day for America." Lindell has continued to spread conspiracy theories about the election, including claims that he has evidence of mass voter fraud and that Trump will return as president in August or by fall.

Powell, along with another QAnon-supporting lawyer Lin Wood, was widely mocked for presenting the "Kraken" lawsuits last November to allege election fraud.

These documents, which contained a slew of typos, errors and irregularities, also made the bizarre and false claim that Dominion Voting Systems was created in Venezuela at the direction of Hugo Chavez—who died in 2013—to "make sure he never lost an election."

Powell later offered a defense against the Dominion lawsuit, stating that "no reasonable person" would believe her allegations and the public could reach "their own conclusions."

One of Powell's attorneys, Howard Kleinhendler, told ABC News that she, Lindell and Giuliani "feel good" about their motion to dismiss the lawsuits against them.

Giuliani, who has also frequently maintained that Trump won the election, did not respond to ABC's request for comment.

All three have been contacted for further comment by Newsweek.

Dominion's lawsuits allege that Lindell, Powell and Giuliani caused the company "unprecedented reputational and financial harm" and put their employees' lives in danger by spreading conspiracy theories.

The company has also accused Lindell of pushing the baseless accusations in order to sell more pillows for his company. MyPillow launched a countersuit in April.

Lindell is claiming that a "cyber symposium" in July will prove China interfered in the 2020 election.

The businessman has also frequently suggested that when he presents his evidence of election fraud, the Supreme Court will vote unanimously in favor of Trump returning as president.

"It's going to be a worldwide event," Lindell said at a speech at the Health and Freedom Conference in Tampa, Florida, on June 18. "Millions are going to see it. And those Supreme Court justices are going to look at it then, and they're going to go 9-0 that this country was attacked.

"The election is going to come down. Donald Trump will be in office by this fall, for sure," he added.

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Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, addresses a Donald Trump campaign rally at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on October 10, 2019. Lindell, Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani are to appear in court to face defamation suits brought by Dominion Voting Systems. Getty Images