Tony Perkins, president of the Christian conservative Family Research Council, has criticized an initiative aimed at enrolling LGBT people in health care plans.

In an email to supporters, Perkins criticized the Out2Enroll program, a project organized by three private groups, and its alliance with a weekly drag show in Shreveport, Louisiana, Wednesday Night Tea.

The drag troupe has been promoting Out2Enroll at its weekly shows and on social media with the aim of enrolling 300,000 people in the federal exchange.

“It looks like the President really is skirting the issues with ObamaCare,” Perkins wrote. “Thanks to a new partnership with a Louisiana drag queen show, the administration thinks it's finally tapping into a market it needs to boost enrollment numbers. With the help of the Center for American Progress (CAP), a troupe of transvestites called Wednesday Night Tea has started promoting as part of its act. (If the law lacked legitimacy before, wait until a cast of cross-dressing men get through with it!)”

“By funneling more money to the LGBT community, the administration is only making the system more unsustainable. To properly fund the system, healthy applicants are needed – not a high risk pool fed by even higher risk behavior. As taxpayers are about to find out, the system wasn't designed to withstand the volume of elderly, sick, and at-risk patients most likely to enroll. Either the exchanges will buckle under the weight or the government (i.e. taxpayers) will start shouldering even higher costs to compensate for the medical demand.”'s Jeremy Hooper pointed out that Perkins is wrong in criticizing the White House, since Out2Enroll is not a federal program.