There is something like this in Matthew, chapter 27:21-22, but there is nothing like this in John, or Luke. Mark said that Pilate answered the crowd (ὁ δὲ Πειλᾶτος ἀπεκρίθη αὐτοῖς). He wanted to know if they wanted him to release the King of the Jews (λέγων Θέλετε ἀπολύσω ὑμῖν τὸν Βασιλέα τῶν Ἰουδαίων). There was no choice here. Their first and only option at this point was Jesus, the so-called king of the Jews. Would you be part of this crowd?
Yahweh asked them why they were robbing God. They responded that they did not know that they were robbing God. Yahweh answered by telling them that they were robbing him by not bringing their full tithes and offerings. Thus, the whole nation would be cursed. To rectify this, they were to bring their full tithes, so that the Temple storehouses would be full of food. They were going to be put to the test. Yahweh had the option of opening the windows to heaven for them. He could pour down his blessings on them, if they stopped robbing him by withholding their tithes and offerings.
Jeremiah seems to blame Yahweh for enticing him into being a prophet in this personal lament. Yahweh has overpowered him so that he cannot prevail. He has become a laughing stock all day long, as everyone mocks him. Every time Jeremiah cries out “violence and destruction” to others, they reproach and deride him, despite the fact that it is the word of God in him. If he tries not to mention Yahweh and not speak about him, then there is something within him like a burning fire in his bones. Jeremiah was tired of holding it in. Thus he has no other option than to shout it out despite everything that happened to him. He can no longer hold it in.