In the new Loki TV show, we see the TVA having to deal with nexus events from "time to time" (no pun intended). However, we are also made aware that the TVA exists outside of what we would consider the normal flow of time. If this is the case, then why has the TVA not already seen and dealt with all the possible nexus events that would have occurred?
One possible answer that we got was when Mobius and Loki were talking in the second episode of the series - that the Time Keepers were working on writing the future of the sacred timeline, and when they finish, there would be no more nexus events to deal with. However, assuming nexus events are caused solely by beings/people in the sacred timeline itself, doesn't this mean that there should really only be nexus events in close temporal proximity to the "new stuff" that the Time Keepers are "writing" into the sacred timeline?
It just seems to me like, if the TVA truly exists outside of our regular flow of time, then all possible past, present, and future occurrences (up to the point where the Time Keepers have written, which is clearly past the present day, since Loki and Mobius casually read up on disasters in the 2050's) should have "already happened" for the TVA, and thus, their field agents should not have to "wait" for said nexus events to occur for them to go in and prune them. What am I missing?