Quantum interpretations like superdeterminism, nonlocal hidden variables, etc. are regularly dismissed by the vast majority of physicists because they require "cosmic conspiracies" which can potentially involve anything and everything within the universe, including distant quasars billions of light years away (e.g. from Bell inequality violations), events arbitrarily long ago in the past or far away in the future (e.g. from delayed choice experiments), the "will" of experimenters and their brain states (from complementarity), etc. . This conspiracy has also got to be good enough to escape detection from within. Then, proponents are accused of "paranoia" and as such, not worth debating with any further. Other than premature accusations of "paranoia", are there any good objections against "cosmic conspiracies"?
Let me put it this way. Other than "gut feeling" metaphysical pre-judices, what other good objections against cosmic conspiracies are there?