This is not a patent yet but still an application, so it hasn't been examined.
Only during ther examination is a patent application checked for novelty and non-obviousness. It might be that the examiner finds this patent to be obvious over the prior art and rejects it.
If you want to help the examiner / make sure / provide prior art to the examiner, this site is not the right place.
There is however a tool in place, it's called third party observations and can be found here.
If you submit an observation please make sure to include reasoning as to how the prior art anticipates which claims/part of the claims to maximize your chances of the examiner considering your submission.