Florida Times-Union helps Mexico distribute illegal alien ID cards

The Mexican government passes out Matricula Consular ID cards to their citizens who are in the U.S. illegally. The cards allow illegal aliens to open bank accounts and in some states obtain driver's licenses. And, Mexican consuls travel from outpost to outpost in the U.S. distributing them to their citizens.

On Saturday one of those events was held involving the Florida Times-Union. If you ever see an article from that paper (jacksonville.com), you now know which side they're on:
...The Mexican consulate in Orlando advertised that its staff would be on hand from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to take applications and issue official Mexican identification cards. But by 5 p.m., there were still at least 100 people waiting in the auditorium at The Florida Times-Union building in Riverside. The Times-Union was a co-sponsor of the event.

In some cases, those waiting in line were legal immigrants or American citizens, trying to get the cards for themselves, friends or relatives. In other cases, those applying were undocumented aliens, mostly migrant farm workers...
Previous coverage of these cards starts in "Immigrants" get Matricula Consular cards in Watsonville; some downsides noted. For a backgrounder, see "The 'Matricula Consular' Advances Mexico's Immigration Agenda"