If, as the GOP says, it was all about the Democrats’ desire to overturn the election and nothing else, then let’s point out the obvious here: 2020 is two weeks away. If overturning the election were the sole objective, then there would be no point in doing this so close to election year after Trump’s current term will end anyways. And that’s not to mention that everyone knows already that the Senate wouldn’t remove him anyways, including the House Democrats.
So there’s that. And what’s also obvious to everyone (yes, including the GOP) is that Trump used government spending money to bribe a foreign government in an attempt to get them to interfere in a domestic election, as well as smeared a top career government official into losing her job when attempts were made to prevent such a thing. Anyone who says otherwise is obstructing because they want to remain in office, or have listened to idiots and become so themselves.
Finally, I want to say this. The House should play a Mitch and keep from submitting this until a more impartial Senate is ready to take this up or sworn in after election (if Trump is re-elected). In the meantime they can use the time to add more articles as evidence continues to mount on other abuses, and they will, such as the revelation of his taxes likely to come June.