Joey Gibson, the founder of the Patriot Prayer group that organized Saturday's canceled rally in San Francisco, was arrested after running at&nbsp;police today.&nbsp;Shortly after arriving at the&nbsp;Berkeley rally, the prominent right-wing organizer was met with resistance from members of Antifa, an anti-fascist movement.&nbsp;Members of Antifa&nbsp;were seen involved in a number of violent scuffles.&nbsp;Gibson, who showed up with members of his Oregon-based right-wing&nbsp;Patriot Prayer group,&nbsp;was arrested outside MLK Park.&nbsp;Gibson announced on Friday that his group had canceled its&nbsp;&ldquo;Freedom Rally&rdquo; planned for Saturday at Crissy Field Beach in San Francisco.&ldquo;It doesn&rsquo;t seem safe, a lot of people&rsquo;s lives are going to be in danger tomorrow,&rdquo; he said during an interview with Unite America First.Elsewhere at the rally, hundreds of masked members of Antifa&nbsp;carrying shields climbed a police barricade and entered a Berkeley&nbsp;park.Joey Gibson showed up and Antifa pounced. Piss bottles thrown shoving shields thrown at them.&mdash; James Queally (@JamesQueallyLAT) August 27, 2017 Gibson and someone else ran toward cops and got handcuffed. I don&#39;t know why.&mdash; James Queally (@JamesQueallyLAT) August 27, 2017 Things appear to have stabilized for a moment. Not sure how many arrests happened behind Gibson and what appeared to be his bodyguard.&mdash; James Queally (@JamesQueallyLAT) August 27, 2017 Moments before Patriot Prayer reportedly showed up at Berkeley civic center and Antifa members rushed after him. pic.twitter.com/IHVkShjuzD&mdash; Jazmine Ulloa (@jazmineulloa) August 27, 2017 UPDATES:2:36 p.m.: This post has been updated with Gibson's arrest and Antifa's involvement.This post originally published at 2:09 p.m.