I see that Bell has ruled out Einstein's local realism but not supredeterminism. I see that Bell has confessed that superdeterminism kills his inequality. You cannot apply Bell's inequality if superdeterminsims holds.
Meantime, Einstein's local realism should imply the (super)determinism. Einstein was struggling against the statistical nature of the Nature. This means that he was struggling for absolute determinism. But determinism implies that there is no free will. If everything that results the measurement result is predetermined (by "hidden variables"), as Einstein insisted, if free will is killed by local realism in every point of space, then there is no room for the free will in our universe and superdeterminism holds.
Shouldn't local realism imply superdeterminism in the way pieces of puzzle, put together, make up the complete solid picture?