This is a quite typical desinformation. The first bold text "no hidden local variable theory" is formally correct, but uses an established but misleading word, local. Its established meaning is Einstein-local, everything happens with a maximal speed of information transfer c. But there is no reason to name a theory where everything is localized and the maximal speed of information transfer is not c but 10000 c or so nonlocal. It is, of course, also local. But, in modern physics, it would have to be named "nonlocal". So far, this is only a bad naming convention. But, then, note that in the second second sentence the "local" has somehow disappeared. And the impression is created that no hidden variable theories are possible in principle. Despite the well-known fact that there exists such a hidden variable theory - de Broglie-Bohm theory - and that Bell was a proponent of this theory. Further desinformation, again marked bold by me. Correlation is a term from classical probability theory. Instead, the ER bridge is a purely classical solution. A strange one, a wormhole. but purely classical. No probability involved. Thus, no correlation involved. Then, correlation is purely classical probability theory, entanglement a purely quantum effect, again two completely different things mingled.