The Majority Text bibles are all translations from the later Siniaticus and Vaticanus manuscripts, translated by, among others, Jesuits and Unitarians. The American Bible
Society who are responsible for them work in close co-operation with the Vatican, where the Vaticanus was found in the 12th Century and is still kept. Basically, all bibles produced from
manuscripts other than the Textus Receptus are Catholic bibles and they leave out approx 126 verses, mostly pertaining to the identity/sayings of Jesus proving without doubt he
is worthy of being worshipped. No wonder the jws use the Westcott and Hort translations. These later manuscripts are not more accurate than the TR, they are full
of textual alterations and all have to be compared to one another and then a probable meaning is 'agreed upon'. For example "the three that testify in heaven' passage
is claimed to be a 16th Century addition, but it is quoted word for word by Church Father Cyprian in the 3rd Century. And so on....
You HAVE to do your research on this as it is sinister.
I have numerous translations and still like features in all of them and I learned the real truth from them, but if I want to read what I consider
to be the preserved word of God, I pick up my King James. Its whole coming-into-being is remarkable if you research the full early history of the first English translations.