The hurry is Trump's desperation to be acquitted. The hurry is all the new evidence coming to light that will make Senate Republicans' sham trial so much more obvious to the public. The hurry is Pelosi's strategy working just right—give the articles some time to breathe and more evidence of Trump's guilt will surface. Sure enough, former national security adviser John Bolton said he would testify in a Senate trial if subpoenaed, new emails emerged in fresh reporting from Just Security revealing Trump's direct role in ordering a hold on Ukraine security assistance, and a federal judge ruled that Giuliani associate Lev Parnas could start sharing new evidence with the House Intelligence Committee. Senate Republicans are suddenly feeling anxious because every day that passes could potentially produce another bombshell that will make their sham trial even more ridiculous.