From Dooley’s note:
Dooley later sent this addendum:
[L]iberal women have a right to peacefully protest, but we have the right to dissent. When you have a member of Senate Republican Leadership that has a wife that supported marching against the GOP nominee and the things that were said, that is an issue.
We have made inquiries with Stone, through his law office, and the Senate majority leader’s office but have not heard back. However, we would note that it is not uncommon for political differences to exist in a marriage – and woe be unto the spouse who attempts to police those differences.
There is also a context here that needs to be noted, which has nothing to do with Trump or “total allegiance.” Stone’s assignment as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is a new one. He replaces Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, who has often allied himself with Dooley on various issues such as legislative ethics and “religious liberty” measures.
On her Facebook page, which we won’t link to before she gives us the okay, Stone’s wife has posted the following:
I understand that many women did not feel that the Women's March represented them but I encourage you to read the Mission and Vision Statement of the Women's March so that you will at least understand why so many women worldwide marched yesterday. There were so many various reasons why people marched yesterday, I am almost certain that you could have found some common ground with the marchers. And, let me say again....Love Thy Neighbor.