Quantum Observers

BELL'S THEOREMThe crux of the problem in physics today is what Einstein called 'spookyactionatadistance'. Quantum communication seems faster than light and, of course, Einstein's relativity theory does not allow anything to travel faster than light. 'Bell's Inequality' is a mathematical proof related to superluminal events that comes down to this:
"Either quantum mechanics is wrong or our view of reality is in error."
Physicists have tested quantum mechanics in every possible way and it has passed every test. Probabilities, it seems, can be very exact.
What could be wrong with our view of reality?