Unfortunately, that is not an illegal form of discrimination or retaliation.
In employment law, if you do not have an employment contract which specifically states you can only be terminated for cause, you are an "at will" employee. I know you haven't mentioned termination at this point, but it is still important to understand your employment status, because it determines your rights to your job. At will employees don't maintain a legal right to their job. As such, generalized harassment is not illegal. The Supreme Court stated as much when it defined hostile work environment. The Court stated that our laws are not meant to be a civility code for the workplace.
This is why harassment that is not based on race, religion, gender, age or disability is not illegal.
Retaliation also have a very specific and narrow claim. It only refers to retaliation following a complaint by you related to race, religion, gender, age, disability of FMLA use discrimination, workers compensation, OSHA or wage and hour complaints.
Your complaint about a supervisor (at least from the facts outlined in your question) did not related to one of those narrow focuses and so it was not a protected complaint. The employer could legally retaliate against you for making it.
I wish I could tell you differently here, but the facts as you've stated them do not suggest any sort of legal action you could take.