scornful and mocking
sardonic - sarcastic
To be ‘sardonic’ is to be derisively humorous about somebody or something. It typically displays a lack of respect and a sense of superiority. For that reason, people on the receiving end of this type of jocularity often feel insulted or bullied. Can take the form of something verbal or a physical gesture.
Amy has a sardonic sense of humour that many find funny, but it can be humiliating to those on the receiving end.
I could see David sardonically rolling his eyes every time I said something. He clearly thought it was funny, but I was livid.
The sardonic tone of the speech meant that it was not inclusive or particularly engaging, and rubbed a lot of people up the wrong way.