Literally no one is saying this. I’ve explained this repeatedly. You are superimposing 19th-20th century (Baptist) presuppositions onto late 1st century texts, and assuming that those living in the immediate centuries afterward had nothing valuable to say about what those texts mean. The Church was not formed by a bunch of people sitting around reading Bibles one day, who then decided to create a Church from scratch using the Bible as a sort of constitution. The Church existed before the Bible, created the Bible, and canonized it. The generation of the Church that was teaching the Eucharistic Sacrifice is the same generation that decided what the authoritative biblical canon was. The Liturgy in some sense predates the canon of Scripture. Let that sink in.