Psalm 37:13

Psalm 37:12-13 (see also Proverbs 1:29)
The wicked plots against the righteous and gnashes at him with his teeth. The Lord laughs at him, for He sees his day is coming.

Proverbs 1:24-30
Because I called and you refused, I stretched out my hand and no one paid attention; and you neglected all my counsel and did not want my reproof; I will also laugh at your calamity; I will mock when your dread comes, when your dread comes like a storm and your calamity comes like a whirlwind, when distress and anguish come upon you. Then they will call on me, but I will not answer; they will seek me diligently but they will not find me, because they hated knowledge and did not choose the fear of the Lord. They would not accept my counsel, they spurned all my reproof.

Notice also what Calvinism teaches about God’s foreknowledge, in terms that the future is foreknown because it is 100% predetermined:

Calvinism:  God foreordained whatsoever comes to pass, which is a necessary consequence of His foreknowledge. The future is known to God because it has been determined by God. If, from all eternity, God knew all things future, then from eternity he must have ordained them. The foreknowledge of God will necessarily infer a decree; for God could not foreknow that things would be, unless He had decreed that they should be. God necessarily knows what He decreed. The decrees of God relate to all things future without exception; whatever is done in time was foreordained before the beginning of time.
Calvinism:  If God predestined everything without exception, without which, He allegedly could not otherwise know what might happen next, then does that mean that God laughs at his own jokes, and is amusing Himself?

Answer:  Calvinism has God laughing at the evil that He thought up and scripted. In other words, if God predestines the evil plans of the wicked, as some Calvinists suppose, and then laughs at His evil plans for them, then how can they avoid the conclusion that God finds evil to be humorous?
Calvinism:  Does this mean that God thinks it’s funny when the wicked perish?

Answer:  God said that He takes no joy in the death of the wicked. (Ezekiel 18:23) So for God to laugh at someone coming under judgment, it means that God had desired something better for them and they rejected His purposes for them.