Nobody's doubting the claims that are now wide-spread.
Neither one of the links you provided claimed that "....As part of their protest, they decided to intentionally sabotage the Ram 1500 production..."
as the originally posted link did.
To [deliberately and intentionally] use the term sabotage - a deliberate action aimed at weakening another entity through subversion, obstruction, disruption, or destruction
- is nothing more than dramatization and a piss-poor attemp on behalf of TundraHeadquarters.com to shift and sway the market based purely on fabrication.
Shame on them!
I don't doubt the facts; nobody does.
The [reputable] media outlets do not doubt the facts.
Hell, Chrysler - much to their credit - do not doubt the facts.
There are [serious] issues at Chrysler's Warren Truck Assembly Plant, without a doubt. Morale is down. Workers are pissed. Quality control is [near] non-existent. Yada, yada, yada..... It is what it is. However, I've yet to find ONE other credible news source who claims Chrysler's workers are sabotaging
the production of the 2013 Rams. But of course, TundraHeadquarters.com [and similar sites/blogs] will convince you otherwise.
Consider the source.
The website in question is NOT affliated with Toyota in any way. It's just a bunch of Tundra nutthuggers who are intoxicated with emptiness into thinking the Tundra is the be-all and end-all of the pick-up world. Read: internet trolls.