I know Tom quite well. He is a great thinker about archery and every one of his thoughts will make you better. That said, you need to remember that he is primarily a trad guy.
It can be if you are completing the shot with scapular depression using the muscles lower in the back. The lower trap rotates the scapula down, creating a slight increase in distance from the mid line of the body to the shoulder (expansion) and the lat pulls the humerus down. There are so many ways to complete the shot and follow through, however, that it is hard to say what is and is not a natural response. Most people just pull through with the shoulder if they pull through at all. Even for some of those it might be a natural response depending on what combination of muscles they are using.Regarding that 59:20. That's not the natural response of the body after the string pushed through fingers. The forearm will try to get to the "normal relaxed position" and will rotate on its axes ---> wrist will rotate ---> fingers will rotate and in a slow motion video the elbow never goes down below the shoulder line naturally. That motion happens just if the shot sequence has another step after the release : catch the ball on your shoulder. As drill to understand release feedback may work, but I wouldn't introduce "catch the ball" in the shot sequence.