Progressive website Think Progress suggests that there may be:
Though amateur political analysts might have assumed the birther movement would die out after Obama won reelection in 2012, it’s enjoyed something of a renaissance recently.
Think Progress said that in the context of yet another town meeting where a Congressman responded positively to a birther. This time it’s Freshman Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK), who in the photo looks a bit like comedian Adam Sandler. I invite you to read the article at the Think Progress web site. Mullin is reportedly a climate-change denialist too.
This comes on the heels of another town meeting birther-friendly quip by Rep. Ted Yoho and talk of a birther investigation bill from Rep. Steve Stockman. While 3 (or even 10) is a small number in a 435-member House of Representatives, it looks like the voters need to do some House cleaning, come 2014.
Rep Mullin now says that he "misspoke" and that he is not a birther.
Rep. Blake Farenthold, R-Texas joins the list, replying to a birther at a town meeting:
I think, unfortunately, the horse is already out of the barn on this, on the whole birth certificate issue. The original Congress, when his eligibility came up, should have looked into it and it didn’t. I’m not sure how we fix it.
See article at Salon.com.