Sometimes. Here it is used as a copulative/transitive. (Recruitment)

by Cody Miller @, Music of the Spheres - Never Forgot, Wednesday, November 15, 2017, 17:04 (2350 days ago) @ Funkmon

Continuing in my series of inadvertently taking a dump on your father, he is making a distinction that isn't needed.

Is is very often not transitive. However, in copular form it is, and it is when doing the passive voice.

I continue to correct people on singular they. It doesn't mean it isn't a legitimate form.

A king proclaims "It is I, so and so!"

It'd be be weird if he said "It is me, king so and so!"

When you link two nouns (the copular form) with is, they are of the same case.

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