It's a combination of all these things and more. Most importantly, the TIQM interpretation is nonsense and all the positive words you hear about it are just unjustifiable hype promoted purely by John Cramer himself.
Ontology - or "realism", as it is technically called in quantum mechanics - has been falsified in physics in the mid 1920s and it can never be "unfalsified" again. It's established that objects don't possess well-defined properties before they're measured. This insight continues to be hard to swallow for many people - however it doesn't mean that there is anything questionable about it.
The TIQM merges all the usual misconceptions about the "real wave function" with some very special inconsistencies such as retrocausality - the influence of the future on the past - that is obtained by a bizarre interpretation of the Feynman-Wheeler theory, a theory that turned out to be incorrect by itself (although it helped to stimulate Feynman and others to find the right rules of quantum field theory). Concerning the Feynman-Wheeler theory, its historical role, and some of its problems, see
Wheeler-Feynman theory, QED without fields, vacuum polarization