According to the Nestle-Aland the Textus Receptus is the “poorest of New Testament text”

Nestle Aland
In the intro to the Novum Testamentum Graece Nestle-Aland 26th edition the following is written:
“When Eberhard Nestle produced the first edition of the Novum Testamentum Graece in 1898, neither he nor the sponsoring Wurttemburg Bible Society could have imagined the full extent of what had been started. ¬†Although the Textus Receptus could still claim a wide range of defenders, the scholarship of the nineteenth century had conclusively demonstrated it to be the poorest form of the New Testament text.” (Introduction to Novum Testamentum Graece – Nestle-Aland 26th Edition)
Say what? The Textus Receptus is the “poorest form of New Testament Text”? Are they insane?
Lets look at the offspring of this Greek version and bibles that come from it:
The most corrupt bible of probably all times The Good News bible
The worst of poorest bible translations the NIV
The updated NASB of 1995
And most shockingly of all, The New King James Version uses the text of Nestle-Aland, the same people that said the Textus Receptus is the poorest of New Testament text, to think the NKJV is supposedly from the Textus Receptus. How about mixing the two most opposites.

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