Is The MACC On The Opposition’s Payroll?

I found the following on My Nation:

  
For the pasr three days I have been wondering if the MACC is part of the conspiracy as mentioned by Muhyiddin a few days back. The inaction by MACC on cases involving civil servants and Barisan Nasional politicians is telling…blatantly. This latest action by MACC seems like a red herring, a diversion from the pressure it is facing:

RM0.00 SPRM tahan 9 orang termasuk seorang pegawai kanan sebuah kementerian terlibat sindiket salah guna dana kerajaan.Akibatnya rugi dana RM100 juta-Agendanews
RM0.00 PENGARAH Siasatan SPRM,Datuk Azam Baki di PC tadi kata pegawai yang berjawatan Setiausaha Bahagian itu dianggar terima suapan RM20 juta-Agendanews
RM0.00 PEGAWAI itu kerap terbang first class keluar negara dgn keluarga.Banyak jam mahal.Ada satu RM400,000,kereta mewah,barang kemas,beg2 berjenama -Agendanews

Fine that it is acting against errant civil servants but has it said anything about Lim Guan Eng’s case.

Suddenly, Lim Guan Eng came up with a very weird statement:

Penang Chief Minister Lim Guan Eng today expressed surprise over the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) saying it previously investigated his tenancy at a Penang home, saying it never contacted him regarding the case.
He also questioned why the MACC neither announced that it had investigated him over the issue nor the outcome of the investigation.
“It is intriguing that the MACC in Penang said it once investigated my tenancy at the home in 2009. If that is so, why did it not announce to the public in 2009 that this was baseless?
– See more at: http://www.themalaymailonline.com/malaysia/article/after-macc-reveals-past-probe-guan-eng-questions-silence-about-outcome

It begs the question: is the MACC on the Opposition’s payroll?