In this case, your manager appears to lack some fairly basic skills of emotional intelligence such as self-awareness and the ability to self-regulate his emotions.
He seems to be very sure his opinions and decisions are correct and believes that he doesn’t need or want input from anyone else, including his own team. He may fear appearing vulnerable if he admits that he doesn’t have all the answers – and as a result feels the need to fill the space with his own perspectives.
Working for an overbearing and stressed-out boss can be demotivating, exhausting and hard work for everyone. This is where being able to “manage up” is so helpful.
Speaking up when your manager is dominating a meeting is going to have limited success….