You fail to identify to which quotations you refer. Were you referring to my accurate quotations of what KJV-only authors have claimed? Are you admitting that KJV-only authors make false claims?
Yes, you like to quote false material.
You never say whether you believe a quote is true or false, so discussing it with you is worthless.
The key point is that quoting errors (from any source) is not scholarship, unless you correct the error.
We should not waste time on non-scholarship quoting.
You do not even understand the Glenn Conjurske 1994 blunder.
(Glenn may have corrected that after the Michael Maynard book came out in 1995.)