PORTLAND, Ore.– Patriot Prayer Leader Joey Gibson was supposed to appear in court this morning arraigned on one felony charge of rioting. The charge stems from a May Day brawl outside Cider Riot a brew-pub in Northeast Portland. Gibson asked the judge to postpone hearing the charge and entering a plea because he wanted to hire an attorney. New date is August 27th. Meantime, Gibson was heckled outside the Justice center by a man telling him to get out of town and how he was ruining it. A member of Antifa also did his best to throw Gibson off kilter. Gibson supporters ignored the Antifa protestor.