you mean how the gospel of matthew misquotes the tanakh
i skimmed your OP a bit, i think all of those quotes are from matthew. matthew likes quoting (or rather, misquoting) the OT, and i suspect he's doing it for a reason.
The first one we find in Matthew 1:21;
the whole first half of the chapter is a genealogy of christ. the cursed king, who shall have no descendants on the throne, is specifically listed. five women are listed:
tamar, who produces an heir by tricking and seducing her step father
rahab, the prostitute of jericho
ruth, who seduces a man to secure her inheritance
bathsheba, though not by name because that would be too obvious, and
mary, the "virgin".
he then cites a verse about her virginity that any hebrew-reading jewish person would look up and notice that it doesn't actually say "virgin" and it's obviously about something else. what do you think matthew was getting at?
start looking at the matthew quotes this way -- why is he quoting something that obviously is about something else, and frequently means something completely different. why is he highlighting this predictions that obviously can't apply to jesus?
because matthew's point is that jesus isn't the messiah. it's a satire of mark.