She said Becerra's nomination could also have a wide-ranging impact on abortion not just within the United States, but overseas.
"Most pro-life advocates here in the United States and citizens who don't want their taxpayer dollars used for abortion often focus only on what's happening here within the borders of the United States government," Huber said.
"What that does is gives a president and an HHS secretary who is so focused on abortion plenty of space for mischief-making that could result in abortion being deemed an international human right," she said.
Huber added that HHS is "ground zero for either the protection of life or the promotion of abortion." She called Becerra "unfit" for the role of HHS secretary.
During Becerra's confirmation hearing this week, he was pressed by senators on his record on abortion and religious freedom.
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In one exchange during Becerra's confirmation hearing on Tuesday, Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah), asked Becerra why he voted against a ban on partial-birth abortion.
Becerra replied, "When I come to these issues, I understand that we may not always agree on where to go, but I think we can find some common ground on these issues."
Romney said, "I think we can reach common ground on many issues, but on partial-birth abortion it sounds like we're not going to reach common ground there."