OK no, not really. But she does talk like a Birther. When the exchange below took place, I was immediately struck by how perfectly it reflected Birther reasoning. It even involves the disputed authenticity of a document. The only significant difference is that the viewer knows that Sue is being disingenuous in her arguments; one can only guess at how disingenuous any given Birther is.
To set up the quote, first a little Glee backstory for the uninitiated. Cheerios coach Sue Sylvester (played by Jane Lynch) leaked the school's Glee Club's set list for a local competition to two rival schools. The other schools eventually admitted their complicity in this cheating, and the principal is confronting her as she continues to deny her involvement:
Principal Figgins: "Sue, the directors, both from the Jane Adams Academy and Haverbrook School for the Deaf, have informed me that you gave them the New Directions set list."
Sue: "You have no proof."
Principal Figgins: "The set lists were on Cheerios letterhead."
Sue: "I didn't do it."
Principal Figgins: "They say 'From the Desk of Sue Sylvester'."
Sue: "Circumstantial evidence."
Principal Figgins: "They're written in your handwriting!"
Principal Figgins: "Sue, there is an orgy of evidence stacked against you!"
Sue: "Well, you've clearly made up your mind not to be impartial in this case."
Birthers: the Sue Sylvesters of the political world. Great for laughs, but miserable company.