Judge Decides Federal Law Banning Gun Possession In Post Office Unconstitutional

 January 16, 2024

U.S. District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle deserves a pat on the back for her latest actions surrounding a postal office gun ban.

Mizelle has ruled that a ban on guns in postal offices is a violation of the Constitution, and she will not stand for it.

For good measure, she dismissed a portion of a criminal charge brought against postal worker Emmanuel Ayala for carrying a gun in the federal building.

Mizelle said that this charge brought against Ayala violated Ayala’s Second Amendment rights.

The judge also released a statement on the issue, making her stance abundantly clear.

“The Supreme Court has been clear: the government must point to historical principles that would permit it to prohibit firearms possession in post offices. The United States fails to meet that burden,” Mizelle wrote in the recent statement.

We stand with Mizelle on this topic.

American’s rights under the Second Amendment matter and should be upheld.