White supremacy refers to the belief that white people are innately better than people of other races or ethnicities and therefore uniquely suited to rule society and establish its norms. This belief system can manifest itself as both personal sentiment and structural policy.
The right of the American people to join in peaceful protest and petition is protected by the First Amendment of the US Constitution. Citizens are guaranteed the freedom to gather, whether for political purposes or not, to discuss or show support for an idea or movement, even if unpopular, and to express their ideas freely and peacefully.
Voting machines aren’t half the problem, however. The databanks where states and counties store their registered voters’ data are likelier targets insofar as that mysterious twelfth indicted official definitely knows how it’s done.