The USPTO has a third-party issuance document submission process that was created by the AIA law. This was an important reason for Ask Patents to exist in its earlier days. During a defined window anyone can submit documents that the examiner is obliged to consider. It can be done anonymously, if you like.
The window starts when the application is published and ends -
A third-party preissuance submission statutorily must be made in a patent application before the earlier of: (a) the date a notice of allowance under 35 U.S.C. 151 is given or mailed in the application; or (b) the later of (i) six months after the date on which the application is first published under 35 U.S.C. 122 by the Office, or (ii) the date of the first rejection under 35 U.S.C. 132 of any claim by the examiner during the examination of the application.
You can look the application up in USPTO Public PAIR to see the current status and check for the events that close the window. As of 7/7/2020 it has not yet been assigned to an examiner so you are well in the window.
This link takes you to the place to fill out the forms and upload your documents.