Hillary Clinton spoke at the Recode Conference on Wednesday, where she blamed the DNC for her election defeat, and a "vast right wing conspiracy" masterminded by WikiLeaks, Russian military intelligence and a discredited Romanian hacker.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange immediately fired back, issuing a series of scathing tweets reminding Clinton that she only had herself to blame for losing to Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

"Within one hour-- one hour of the Access Hollywood tapes being leaked, within one hour, the Russians — let’s say WikiLeaks, something — dumped the John Podesta emails," ranted Clinton during her Recode interview.

Clinton's conspiracy claim

She followed up that statement by offering a bizarre conspiracy theory, alleging that the GRU-- the military intelligence arm of the Russian military-- was "in bed with WikiLeaks, in bed with Guccifer, in bed with DC Leaks."

Guccifer is the pseudonym of the Romanian hacker who claimed to have accessed Clinton's private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State.

In May 2016 the Washington Post reported that federal investigators found no evidence to support the hacker's claim of responsibility or any evidence that the GRU played a role in the email scandal.

"And you know, DC Leaks and Guccifer, which were dropping a lot of this stuff on me, they haven’t done anything since early January," continued Clinton.

"Their job was done. They got their job done."

She then insisted that Russian President Vladimir Putin had an ax to grind with her.

"He is an old KGB agent," Clinton stated. "I had, obviously, run-ins with him, because that in large measure prompted his animus toward me."

Julian Assange decided to put the brakes on Clinton's tiresome parade of excuses for losing the election by posting a rapid-fire barrage of tweets pointing out that Hillary Clinton only had herself to blame for losing an election that virtually every pundit and prognosticator believed was already in the bag for the Democratic candidate.

“You can’t blame Wikileaks for your failures when what we published was your own words," tweeted Assange. "Blame yourself.”

Assange's follow-up tweet stated that it's "sad" that Clinton still refuses to acknowledge her own role in her losing campaign.

Last week the culprit was voter suppression

In an interview with New York Magazine published on Friday, Clinton shifted the blame to former FBI Director Comey and voter suppression in Wisconsin-- a state she did not visit after securing the Democratic nomination.

"I would have won had I not been subjected to the unprecedented attacks by Comey and the Russians, aided and abetted by the suppression of the vote, particularly in Wisconsin," Clinton told New York Magazine.

The former Secretary of State, however, neglected to mention these factors during her Recode interview.

The invitation-only Recode event celebrates technology and media. Former speakers have included Tesla founder Elon Musk, Bill and Melinda Gates, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.