The PLCAA of 2005 prohibits suing firearms manufacturers, BUT they can be sued if their marketing can be linked to marketing towards children. The only thing I can find about Daniel Defense specifically is ONE picture of a child with a rifle in his lap, and a tagline that says to “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old, he will not depart from it,” basically, saying teach them about gun safety early, which is correct. But liberals and progressives have taken this ONE tweet and blew it up beyond all reality, and says that it means to teach firearms glorification to kids. DD's timing wasn't great for that tweet, as it was posted about a week before Uvalde, as was the almost cryptic tagline.
Anyway, firearm deaths (about 20k) are not even half of the deaths from motor vehicles (43k), and diabetes kills more than 100k. When can we sue car manufacturers and pop companies?