Your comment is silly. Chaos is not something which brings with it positive results. An earthquake or a hurtling meteor strike or a plague might disrupt commerce and cause Trump to fall too! My comment was not a disguised call for chaos. When and if someday, the USA has to endure extermination camps and storm troopers like did Nazi Germany then your comment would make sense.
Resistance, rebellion and revolution are actually three different things. I think Resistance is absolutely necessary and that Rebellion against an unjust authority (Rosa Parks was a rebel in the classical sense of the term. She disobeyed - she resisted - she rebelled against the demands of injustice but she didn't call for utter chaos doing it)! Rebellion against injustice is necessary when there is no other recourse to achieve justice. Civil rights were resistance and rebellion! There was no revolution in the Sixties although we called what we did that.
However Revolution generally means some sort of organization and leadership which I do not think is realistic in America at this point. Chaos and catastrophe may bring down an unjust system but will also bring down a just one as well. I reject the "Well let's just do it and see what happens?" type of thinking concerning what passes for Revolution in some people's mind. I immediately think of self induced famine, civil conflict, division and simply destructive chaos. Maybe I read too much history but America is one of the few revolutions that ever succeeded. Please remember that it was actually a rebellion, a calving off from the parent like an iceberg calving off from the parent glacier. An organized leadership already existed that filled the vacuum left by the opposed authority. The 13 colonies already existed and banded together to rebel against the king and established themselves as a new political entity.
Most other revolutions endured great suffering, bloodshed and misery (excepting smaller revolutions like in Cuba) and usually civil war.
I don't believe in that Sixties - Undefined Change that we mindlessly called revolution. What we did in the Sixties was actually Resistance to injustice.
Trump doesn't deserve to take us all down just because we impeach him or force his resignation in disgrace. Chaos is not useful in this modern age. Too many people end up starving etc.
In other words, impeach Trump and call for a new election. A new election? What a revolutionary idea!