I'd blame Dodge, too. If Dodge is willing to accept the orders, they should be willing to complete them as well. It doesn't sound to me as the dealerships are cancelling the orders, and this isn't the first instance of this happening in recent months.
This is 2022, in the decade of supply-chain woes. The order(s) may have been cancelled due to a supply issue way, way up the food-chain.
I'm in IT, so I'll give an example I can. You - the customer - order a Lenovo server from me after I provide a quote based on a tender from them. Do you blame me when the server is cancelled by Lenovo? Do you blame Lenovo when they can't make that model due to a shortage in a specific part from Seagate? Do you blame Seagate who can't make that part due to not being able to land a component from TSMC? Do you blame TSMC that they couldn't make the component due to a fire?
Blame isn't helpful. Things are very, very interconnected and the whole manufacturing world is struggling. Many businesses are having trouble with packaging
because there's a cardboard shortage due to two years of massively increased shipping crap to homes. Same with food packaging. Taco Bell didn't have any
sauce in my city for about five weeks, and had notices that some food might be in KFC packaging due to no supply of TB-branded wrappings. Sure, some places are jacking up prices because they can pretend
to have supply issues. But things are screwed up and unpredictable and concluding "Dodge are bad guys" is really, really superficial.