Get out of the subdivisions and get to the woods.
As an academic, thought exercise: t would be interesting if everyone, including businesses, actually it would only take a size-able percentage, refused to pay Federal taxes, massive use of jury nullification, use the "urban" "don't snitch" theory to apply to their environmental-offending, thought-crime, or tax-notpaying neighbors, and if hackers released personal information, especially with regard to the homosexual or pedophilia and infidelity and financial shenanigans of politicians and if a size-able percentage of our police, firefighters, and military members up and quit and moved to "the woods" or decent suburbs and small towns and refused to serve in "urban areas", protect politicians, serve in foreign wars, etc. And for all local and state LEOs, prosecutors, etc refuse to comply, or work, with any Federal investigations. If governor, with full agreement with our the local troops based there (or size-able majority) seized all arms in local Army and National Guard depots and cut off utilities to any other Federal agencies, bases, or offices. And refused to go to war but instead defended their family, area, town, and the States/National borders. And if local, State, etc politicians, LEOs, judges, etc refused to enforce Federal judge's orders or decisions or regulations demanded by the various Federal regulatory agencies. This thought exercise could include also other forms of protest targeting large corporations who control, for the most part, the politicians are who seem to be intend for the globalist, open-border, cheap labor, politically correct, Orwellian super-state. Like everyone not paying certain debt (and local sheriffs etc refusing to enforce evictions,) hacking, not buying their products, and so forth. Even large moral victories could be interesting. What if, at least nationally, almost nobody voted? I mean even less than our usual pathetic numbers? Could our politicians, with a straight face, face other countries, the public, etc if turn-out numbers were amazingly low? (Probably they could but it would, or might, be funny.)
Ideally, we could still have a nuclear arsenal that would, hopefully, stop another country invading during the power vacuum that would exist for time until things settle down until a brokered agreement (like our Consitution) could be arranged, but adhered too this time, that would be more fair and free to the People and States, as we originally intended.