This is incorrect, and therefore untrue:
The Mormons use the Bible + the Book of Mormon (which, for the most part is anathema to the Bible). In other words, the Mormons use the Bible, except where they don't like what it says. They will then either twist the scriptures to fit their views, or refer to the book of Mormon to meet their views.
The JW's came up with their own translation (sans scholarship) that out-and-out mistranslates and distorts scripture verses to meet their needs.
You really should do a little more research before you promulgate propaganda here.
Actually what I said was correct. It is true that the Mormons use both the Bible and the Book of Mormon. Mostly the Book of Mormon gives roughly the same content as the Bible in terms of spiritual matters, at least the King James Bible which it contains as major portions copied verbatim. It does not really deviate in many places from the ideas in the Bible. Some criticize it for that very reason, saying that Joseph Smith just plagiarized it as source material. It is also true that the Mormons use interpretations that take some verses to fit their theology better that some other interpretations, just as I have found that some Protestants disagree with each other or with Orthodox or Catholic interpretations.
Where Mormon theology really deviates from others is in writings other than the Book of Mormon that they claim as additional scripture, such as the "Doctrine and Covenants" and "Pearl of Great Price."
It is from a position of decades of research that I post. I was an active Mormon all my life until reaching my late 30's and have actually read the Book of Mormon. I know its contents. Can you make the same claim? Since leaving them I have been on the other side of the Christian fence or divide. I have a viewpoint coming from knowledge gained through years of actual experience and not just looking at it from one point of view,
I have visited several sites claiming things about Mormons that come from a point of ignorance, picking at a bit of this and a bit of that out of context or arguing against Mormon beliefs that were not officially accepted (often the ramblings of Brigham Young). Some even argue using material proven as forgeries decades ago.
My post was not propaganda, but an educated opinion. I am not trying to sell their point of view and I think the Mormons have quite a few things wrong. That is why I left them. However, some websites seem to cross the line between providing information and actually engaging in what amounts to anti-Mormon propaganda that is often inaccurate. If a group is to be called out at least get the the story correct about what is wrong with their thinking. Some of these sites were developed by disgruntled ex-Mormons with an apparent axe to grind for being thrown out of the Mormon church. They seem to be obsessed with revenge. I believe in religious tolerance. The Mormons have at least come to the point where they rarely strike out at those with different beliefs. For some reason evangelical Christians seem to be the most intent on tearing away at other people's beliefs. Some probably are well-intentioned, but I fear that with some others there is at least a component of more base motivation.