Wikileaks has been releasing emails from the Democratic National Committee and the chairman of the Clinton campaign throughout the 2016 elections.
The group accused the US government of pressuring Ecuador into isolating the Wikileaks founder for the remainder of elections.
Wikileaks immediately drew a connection between the Internet block and the US elections, referencing the leaking of Hillary Clinton's infamous Goldman Sachs speeches.
The group also accused Secretary of State John Kerry of planning the stunt during a recent trip to Columbia.
“Reports that Secretary Kerry had conversations with Ecuadorian officials about this are simply untrue. Period," John Kirby, a State Department spokesman, said on Tuesday.
“The Government of Ecuador respects the principle of non-intervention in the internal affairs of other states. It does not interfere in external electoral processes, nor does it favor any particular candidate,” the statement said.
“This temporary restriction does not prevent the WikiLeaks organization from carrying out its journalistic activities," the statement added.
Despite the Internet block, Wikileaks continued publishing the communications of John Podesta, the Clinton campaign chairman.
In one of the new emails, Podesta refers to Bernie as a "doofus." Another email shows the campaign chairman weighing the value of different minorities.
"That sucks. Can you call Larry and see what minorities he would put in top tier? Could be an asian. I know this isn’t Larry’s taste, but better if a woman," Podesta wrote.