I have several times come across this construction in which the verb have is followed by the verb be, although normally be is omitted as saying just have is enough to convey the meaning. Are the following valid sentences?
- Can I make a new account and have it be approved?
- The whole point of HART is to have it be independent of politics.
- Have it be easy.
- We just couldn't have it be like it was last time, which was almost complete domination by them.
Is the "be" necessary in these sentences, or even correct? Could you please explain?